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  1. 3 points
    I have some questions. If you get this upset over the little things, what will your reaction be when it is something serious? And something serious happens in every relationship. Jealousy is one of the the, if not the most dangerous feeling in a relationship. My question is this, if you are this jealous, how much do you really trust him? Also, if you really think that he would be interested in a 16 year old (16 will get you 20) is he really the person you thought he was? I have been married for 23 years and with my husband for 28. We have had some knock down, drag out fights but I have never, in the 28 years that I have known him been jealous. I have been there when women came on to him, I have been there when men came onto him but I always knew how he felt about me and I trusted his feelings and his judgement. I don't know alot about your fiancee but you have said things before that makes me think he is trustworthy. Why would you question it now?
  2. 1 point
    I agree with the people above, it seems harmless, he's just being kind to her and since he switched jobs, he probably won't see her much anyway. I know how you feel though, I have jealousy problems too. 😬
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    Thank you, I really appreciate this.
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    I remember you! Welcome back and congrats on the birth of your daughter. Thanks for updating us with such a wonderful story! Good luck in your future hockey playing too
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    I think even if she perhaps likes him personally, and is helpless about it to the point she's come to write this card and often wants to talk with him etc, it doesn't mean at all your fiancee will feel anything in the same vein in return, it just seems to be cordiality on his part, and he probably just lets her express her attachment by kindness, because it had stayed in a professional context. If she has shown to be a little be embarrassed in your presence, I think it's good in the way that she has enough self-conscious about it and probably doesn't want her feelings to interfere with your couple. Maybe, if you feel to do so, could you even try to ask her, softly, about it, and tell her how you feel (without intending to dict her how she should behave). You never know, you might just both come out of it more relaxed not to keep it a non-verbal defiance thing between you two ? Moreover, I think it's normal you don't like when another girl approaches your fiancee like that, and it's good to have opened about it to him, but with his reply, there's nothing you should worry about, he continues to talk with her precisely because there's no feelings involved on his part and therefore to him it doesn't have anything to do with your couple. If he's trustworthy, you may continue to dislike this girl or other people that will approach him in the future, and it's your right, but he has the right to have exchanges with people, and even to have female friends and laugh with them for instance, and it doesn't mean your relationship is in questioning. I have been in the other position when my ex had a hard time accepting that I would show to like, even if it was only physical and superficial, another guy from time to time, while it was perfectly harmless that I would regarding our relationship. His reaction wasn't harmless for it, though! You still need to be free inside your couple.
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    I'm proud of you Elena! one of my favorite gdc'ers of all time and lucky enough to never lose contact with. You dealt with a lot and you deserve all this and much much more
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    Honestly I don't think I'm the right person to give you an advise, but I just wanted to let you know that I get where you're coming from, and I understand exactly how you feel. I might be as crazy as you or crazier when it comes to feeling this way She might be a bit infatuated with him, but it's probably harmless. It seems like he has been very friendly with his employees and does not make them feel like he's their boss but their colleague, which explains why she wrote the things she did and why the note does not seem to be something you write for your boss. How about the cards from other people? Did someone mention the same points that she did? Also I don't think he's standing up for her, he is just trying to comfort you that there's nothing to worry about. In any case if he left this job hopefully he will never have to deal with her again, and you won't have to worry about it anymore.


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