That is the craziest thing ever...your worried about being jelous? ha i would be worried about killin them. Anyways honey that is not being jelous that is being a human being. You feel that you have been replaced, tell him how you feel.View Thread
Me and my boyfriend have been together pritty much for a lil over three years and i know how you feel about the co-worker thing......About a year and a half ago after our child was born he got a new job shortly after that, he started acting astrange(wouldn't anwser my phone calls at lunch/break time, Would give "people" rides home, Txt people from work and hide/delete the msg's, And ALOT more!!) anyways,,, back then he never hung around with work friend untill we started getting into arguments, he would leave and go hang out with them and i was never allowed. Because of the way "I acted". We ended up "breaking up" for about three months and during that time all he did was hang out with work friends and drink and whatever. Anyways now we are back together and he doesnt hang out with them anymore. It really hurt my feelings because he never allowed me around them when we where together and when we wernt thats where he always was. Now he doesnt go around them and i cant help but think its because he is with me again. I asked him countless times why. If he was embaressed of me, cheating? What was it? Anyways im sorry i went on and on my point is is that i still dont know what happend or what was going on. And i probably never will, but it still causes trust issues and fights and honestly i think it might have been easier to leave and stay away then go threw this feeling of not knowing. i hope u know you are special and do not diserve this *hugs*View Thread
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