Have you ever been jealous of your friend...

United States
February 10, 2007 1:50am CST
because you think she's kind of flirting with your man? I have! I had a friend way back in the Philippines and she's a real flirt. I have nothing to worry because I know that my bf would never flirt back. Somehow it just made me uncomfortable. How can a "friend" do that? Anyway, on my current bf there's a situation like one of my closest friend again is flirting my man. I am not sure! Maybe I am just a jealous person or paranoid, haha! My friend is married but during those times her husband was in Iraq. I know she's married and everything but I don't think it's right to call someone's bf right? I guess they've been comfortable with each other since my bf confided to her when we had some problems. I am very secure about my relationship but I just don't like it when a friend of my tried to get the attention of my guy. That's just not right! Anyone ever experience this situation?
2 responses
@howard96h (11658)
• New York, New York
10 Feb 07
No it is not right and you should say something. Tell her you don't like her contacting your boyfriend, it is disrespectfull to you, you don't like it and stop doing it. I am sure if the shoe was on the other foot she would not like it and she would probably complain to you. So let her know if she needs to say something to him, she goes through you!
• United States
10 Feb 07
Thanks for responding!
@geejoy (344)
• Philippines
15 Feb 07
well, i didn't experience it.....but then if your so called friend is really a true friend, she should know her limitations......if she's really a friend..then maybe, you are just over reacting on those few situations......but then if you are not sure about your so called friend..then, what you can do is just trust your boyfriend..you can't deny the fact that she is close to your boyfriend right? and you can't directly tell your bf to avoid your friend, am i right with this? if that's the case, well, girl, all you have to do is trust....if you know your boyfriend, then there's nothing to worry about...