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tratraParticipantMarch 24, 2015 at 6:58 pm #75962
Does this scenario seem ok to you guys;
Your girl is a talented real estate agent.
She takes on a client (single, male, eligible, successful guy), and she finds him a place to rent.
In his appreciation he would like to go out for drinks one night.
She accepts, they go out one on one, and assumedly have a good time. She comes back at around 930 at night, intoxicated (Not DRUNK, but tipsy enough to be a little slurry in her speech) and she is telling you “Im sorry, I feel guilty, I had fun”. Later you find out that your girl knew the client liked her and would have pursued a romantic relationship if he could have.
You also know that at that very moment your relationship was feeling a little rocky, just a bit tumultuous, from money problems, lousy apartment.
Does this scenario seem cool to you? Do you guys think it is generally alright for your significant other to go out one on one w/ the opposite sex, with people they don’t really know that well, and get sligh
DontbeniceanymoreParticipantMarch 26, 2015 at 1:00 am #76045
When you work in sales sometimes you go out with the customers to dinner, and unfortunately to drink and specially when you close a deal.
Now there are men that without regarding if they are married, engaged, or single, they will always try to date a woman if they feel attracted to her. But those are things that are outside of your control, and worrying about them is a waste of time and energy.
A relationship is based in trust, and you have to learn to trust in her, now you already have money problems and lousy apartment problems, please don’t include to the list jealousy.
Keep your cool, women feel attracted to a man that feels confident, so leave this issue in the past where it belongs.
BTW invite her to dinner, so she can say no to her customer invitations because she already has a better date: You
KeatonSterlingParticipantMarch 27, 2015 at 11:32 pm #76238
To answer the question at the bottom of your post, I believe it is okay to let significant others go out with members of the opposite sex under certain circumstances. This was one of those circumstances in my opinion. It seems to be an isolated incident, and I would let it go personally, especially if the relationship is rocky and you don’t want to lose her.
However if this becomes a regular occurrence or if their relationship continues after their business has been concluded then I would not be “cool” with it at all.
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