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>Partner lies to her.
>Asks if she should be worried.
If you don't mind guys lying to you then I think you're fine. If you mean about the girl, well... he lies. Now he claims "she's just a friend," but how do you know? he lies. And the usual run-of-the-mill cheater loves to lie.
That's hella funny... said she was his Uncle. 😂 I bet that's his future baby's mama. 😂
If I bothered to tell that lie I would of ran with it... and told you my Uncle is a transwoman (biological male-to-female transitioner), and that I still find it hard to call him a "her," or to refer to my Uncle and my "Aunt." I have a very hard time dealing with it and don't really like to talk about it... because I find it very embarrassing.
I don't tell lies though... My wife asks if I cheated and I'm like "Yuuuuup!" After some silence, she'll finally ask, "With who?" My response is "Which one?"0
What Girls & Guys Said
I would worry about the fact that he lied to you.
That is a definite red flag.0
Yeah you should be more than worried. He lied about this. Who knows what else?0
I mean he lied for a reason0
Yes, the fact he lied is already a red flag sorry0
Definitely he’s a proven liar0
It's understandable that you may feel worried or concerned about your partner lying to you about where he lives and who he lives with. It's important to communicate openly and honestly with your partner about your concerns and to make sure that you are both on the same page in terms of your expectations and values in the relationship.
It's possible that your partner may have a valid explanation for why he lied to you, but it's important to be cautious and to make sure that you are comfortable with the situation before moving forward. It's important to set boundaries and expectations for the relationship, and to make sure that you are both honest and transparent with each other.
If you are feeling uncertain or uncomfortable with the situation, it may be helpful to talk to your partner about your concerns and to seek support from trusted friends, family, or professionals. Remember, every relationship is unique, and it's important to prioritize your own well-being and to make decisions that align with your own values and goals.