What to do when a woman is staring at your boyfriend?

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What to do when a woman is staring at your boyfriend?

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    luvgoldens
    luvgoldens
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    July 22, 2017 at 1:15 pm #142940
    What to do when a woman is staring at your boyfriend?

    And he’s looking back? I’ve been dating this guy almost four years and normally we have a great relationship. We are 60 years old. We were out at the movies a few days ago and this attractive woman walked by and I noticed them looking at each other. When she walked out he was watching her again and she was starting at him too. When we went outside she was ahead of us and as we approached she took off her outer top revealing her tank top the whole time looking at him, even though we were clearly together and he was holding my hand. I was sick to my stomach that he played into this disrespecting me. He denied knowing what I was talking about. We have a long distance relationship and I always felt that he was faithful but now I have to wonder what he does when I’m not there. I can’t talk to him about it, he shuts down if there any conflict. If this happens again any idea on calling them out? I am very hurt that he made me look like an idiot. He is not that attractive but I am told I am.

    July 22, 2017 at 2:58 pm #142946

    Long distance relationships can be tough. It’s probably best to have a discussion with him about how that situation made you feel, even if he doesn’t say anything at least you have then gotten it off your chest.

    luvgoldens
    luvgoldens
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    July 24, 2017 at 8:14 pm #143038

    This woman wouldn’t be actually interested in him. He’s not all that attractine. I don’t get why some women can be so bitchy, she was just toyimg with him. But I felt like an idiot and so discounted. Any one have any ideas how to shut it down if it happens again?