I was in our room with him and we were talking. If your boyfriend finds just about any excuse to talk about your sister, then you should start to wonder why he suddenly has this new fascination her. He brings up your inside jokes like they're quotes from his favorite movie. If your hugs used to be kind of standard, and now they're longer and more affectionate, it's because feelings are there. I am just having a difficult time dealing because of things that occurred in the past, so I didn't know if it was something that should be legitimately concerning.
So why buy your boyfriend a super expensive gift unless she was trying to one-up you? One evening, my boyfriend and I were washing my car, and he asked me what my friend and her boyfriend were up to. My laptop's not working, so I'm trying to type this on an Ipad. Even if she has a crush on him. But have her know it's a joke, by sometimes telling her how really you want her to know you'd never act on her boy that way, she'll feel obliged to promise you the same thing. If it is bothering you, and it sounds like it is maybe you for a while you need to separate your friendship. So, what do you have to worry about? But guess what, they're full of crap.
You need to talk to both of them in person about this issue, just the three of you. If your boyfriend is always putting you down, and putting your sister on a pedestal, then this is just not a healthy situation. Then after a little while she got over my boyfriend. A good couple have a diverse amount of topics to discuss, which keeps their relationship interesting and alive. A female reader, , writes 5 February 2011 : I think you should talk to your friend about how your feeling and if they are a good friend then they will understand that you don't like it and will back off because he is your boyfriend afterall and nobody should be able to take that away from you. He should not get her a present.
It's obvious she has feelings for him. She stopped talking to her. But if he's as good of a as you say then it will probably be fine. Why do they feel entitled to interfere with his important life choices? Should I bring it up to him again? I am not even sure if it's intuition or insecurity. Does she have anyone atm? It's sounds like his concern over you breaking off your friendship with her has less to do with not wanting to be the cause of your 9 year friendship ending, and more to do with his selfish desire to keep her around as a source of affection. If you're throwing a party or raising money for a company you work for, he's putting the word out on every social media account and telling the whole world how much fun it is, how important it is, and how they need to be there because he believes in you.
So when you're having a rough day, he can remind you of something you said weeks ago that he can recall verbatim because everything you say means something to him because you mean something to him. During this time, she has developed a particular expertise and reputation for working with relationship issues. Consulting with him gives you a second opinion, as yours could be a little skewed. So my best friend does. A female reader, , writes 6 April 2009 : Well i have the same problem so this is what i did she still likes him but doesnt flirt with him. Facebook is a place that really allows stalking to grow. He should go out with her one on one and let the topic come up naturally.
My boyfriend says I'm over-reacting and that he'll help me work through it because he doesn't want me to lose a friend of nine years. She purposely omits chance encounters and conversations. I know that he loves me but I feel that he has this strong attraction towards her. Explain to him that you find his behaviour upsetting. Last time we saw her she looked especially good, wore a very short dress. He might also be simply enjoying getting a rise out of you and he knows that in the end you can handle it. It's just a completely inappropriate gift.
And once when me and him broke up she kept trying to talk to him and told him not to stop being friends with her just because me and him had broken up. But when one too many of those anecdotes involve the same two characters, you could start to see a pattern. And you deserve a boyfriend that respects you and your feelings. What if she is too much of a temptation for him? He constantly tells you how much fun he has with you. Your boyfriend is the one who made a commitment to you. But he's super invested in you seeing how much he cares about you, so he makes damn sure to text you back every time.
My gut says to just let it be and not worry so much. You'll never be the hottest girl on the planet. One time I had a guy at a bar tell me he didn't ask me out because he saw I had a boyfriend. In a stable, healthy relationship, everything should be on the table. But she's always facebooking him. So when your boyfriend asks you to stop hanging out with her, the paranoia bells start ringing in your head.