Dating a guy whose best friend is a girl
He continues to maintain his relationship with her via phone, email, etc.
I am already in love with this man and we have had a great relationship up to this point but I find myself having trouble trusting him now.
I really don’t want to leave this relationship but am worried about his continuing fidelity. –Kathy For any of you who think that I always side with flirtatious men, take another look here and here.
Since I completely trusted him, I declined because I was tired.
The next day we met up and he informed me that he was going to brunch with her and another friend the day after and broke pattern by not inviting me (we had previously made plans together for that day). A few weeks later, he received pictures from her from their dinner together.
You already like his personality, he's located conveniently near to you, and he has genitals and everything! "You have as many awkward brunches as it takes for you two to start being able to have fun again (and to begin to forget what the other one looked like naked). But even when nothing sexual has ever happened between you and your male BFF.
You may find yourself going to absurd lengths to show that you're not a sexual threat, like talking in her presence about your many interesting gastrointestinal issues, or making sure to wear your least-flattering, most coffee-stained clothes when all three of you go out together.So let’s sum up the answer to how to deal with a man you can’t trust: You should NOT be in a relationship with a man you can’t trust.