Girl trust issues dating
I couldn't help but also admit that she was a little unaware of how guys around her might be looking at her sideways, that she didn't even notice most of the time or care.Most of all, it felt like I was almost in competition with those guys she was hanging out with as if we were still single, and I had to be the 'best of the best' to compete with all of these dudes trying to hit her up.It brought out a more masculine side of me, and just the thought of it seemed to erase any relationship monotony that is so common for couples.Why did she take a shower after coming home and then take another shower after dinner?Maybe it's an Asian thing, or strictly a Japanese thing, but she loves fashion, well Lolita fashion anyway.I was laying down on the bed, when she came out of the shower, her second shower of the day.But be careful that that doesn’t turn into her asking you to stop hanging out with any women alone.
A part of me, though, was beginning to get a little suspicious. Ok, probably not, but I was beginning to wonder if she knew how to say no if a guy tried to hook up with her. Not that bad, surprised she even mentioned that one.Over the next few weeks, similar things kept happening, where it seemed like she was forgetting she had a BF when it came to social cues or certain contexts where another more aware GF might not let herself get in these situations. When she let a complete stranger from a bar drop her and her friend off, where the guy drops her friend off then takes my GF home.That was another instance where she was alone with a guy, that to me, just didn't seem like a safe place for a girl in a relationship.I don’t really know how to make her believe me…What do I do?First, some general thoughts on anyone struggling with another person’s trust or insecurity issues, whether it takes the form of clinginess, fear of intimacy, jealousy, or any of the hundreds of other ways it can manifest.