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Is jealously the word for it?

Published on September 13, 2013 by captainslurpee

My girlfriend recently met a few friends at her job, two guys. After asking me if it was okay to hangout with them and have some fun, I told her yes and she was off. She began to tell me about her adventures with them and all the fun she was having. We hang out on the regular, a few times a week, however it's mostly the sweet, and cuddly stuff. Of course we spice it up with some risque events whenever we can. But it's nothing in comparison to what she does with her friends. (They drink and party) I never was really okay with the whole thing to begin with, but she's allowed to have friends it's not my place to deny her of that. But every-time she tells me about her adventures or her plans. I feel left out... or as if I'm getting stuck with just the sweet and cuddly stuff and she let's loose around her friends instead. It's fair that I get the sex and they don't but there's more to it than that, I don't want her seeing me as just her boyfriend and not her best-friend. I want the crazy and random, moments as well. Is it wrong of me to get jealous that her friends get to see her like that? Is there something that I should say to her, without causing an issue or making it sound as if I don't want her to have friends. Because I do! I just don't want to miss out on the crazy moments with her, and allow her to think that her friends get all of that, and I'm just the boyfriend. Help me out here! Advice!?

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Your reaction is totally natural. I would feel the same way in your shoes. I don’t think you need to make a big thing of it, just let her know that you’d love to come along the next time they all go out, because it sounds like they have a lot of fun and you want to spend time with her.

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