Signs of Danger

United States
August 31, 2007 2:06pm CST
I have an ex friend who lives about 3000 miles away who can't talk to me anymore becase her boyfriend's jealousy. Do you believe that that is a dangerous situation? Possessiveness and jealousy are proven to be elements in relationships that end in violence. Do you agree or disagree?
2 responses
• Bulgaria
31 Aug 07
Ok, a complicated one. First, jealousy shows lack of confidence in yourself and also doubt in your partner. Everyone has the right to have friends from both genders and in your case being a friend of a girl doesn't make you desired from her in a different matter. Second, you're far enough to assure security that there isn't a way for physical contact with her. How can you be a threat then? And finally, what kind of danger can this all be?!Ater all you can't 'posses' someone no matter of the distance and that guy is surely mad from jealousy since he's not allowing a normal conversaton between you.
• Bulgaria
31 Aug 07
Sorry, I got it wrong. You mean if she's in dangeour. Well then, deffinitely. Men who have the habbit to use women as objects and think they are made for one use only freaten them with more than just scandals. You should find a way to worn her or better for her to get on the run out of him.
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• United States
31 Aug 07
Thanks for your reply. Yes, from a sociolgical perspective the situtation is very dangerous for her.
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@cher913 (25890)
• Canada
31 Aug 07
that sounds pretty scary. i imagine if he is like that with you, she is not 'allowed' to talk to any other friends either... she needs to get out NOW while she still can!
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• United States
31 Aug 07
What's worse is that when I told her the danger she said that I was wrong to judge him without hearing his side of the story. What side? He doesn't want her to talk to someone across the country, what is there to understand?