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AnnBennettParticipantJune 4, 2015 at 6:31 am #80127
I want to share my story with you. I have a girlfriend and I love her so much. She is my first experience, so beautiful, kind, caring, sexy. Our story was as a fairytale at first. It was love from the first sight. After 6 months of dating we moved in. We have lived together for 2 years, but recently she behaves oddly. She always walks with her phone and she nitpicks with me. I’m afraid that she is cheating on me but I can’t check her. What can you advise me? Please help me, I really don’t know what to do!!!!!
Brunton1ParticipantJune 20, 2015 at 1:58 am #81365
Hi I am sorry that you are going through a painful time. First, just to be sure, did you and this woman agree to an exclusive monogamous
relationship at the beginning of your relationship? If so then you have a right to expect or at least hope for her loyalty in that way.
Secondly, has she always carried her phone around or did it coincide with the nitpicking? If the two came along at the same time,
then I would say that a serious talk is in order. In any case, because you are concerned, you do have a right to ask her to sit
down and listen to your fears. I would have a good talk with her and be very upfront. Tell her you have noticed several sudden
changes and you would like to know what is going on and if there is something on her mind either related to your relationship with her
or related to something else in her life. Please let her know that you cherish and value her and that you need to know
if she’s committed to you. If she’s not, perhaps therapy will help you both. Good Luck!
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