Been dating a couple of months
It’s often stressful and uncomfortable and revealing to air out the things that really bother us. I don’t think this is a big deal, and I don’t think this has to be a big fight or confrontation.And we’re always told that the girlfriends who ask too many questions are whiny crazies, and the boyfriends who talk about feelings are oversensitive wusses. Almost nobody wants to appear vulnerable, even if everyone on earth truly is. I also wouldn’t waste your precious time worrying about his social media likes.I told him I know I have picked a lot of fights; however, texting other girls was not something I would be OK with.We've been great since, but dealing with newly diagnosed anxiety causes me to worry a lot.You’re strong enough to simply say, “I’m bothered by the way you act when your ex is in town.I don’t think it’s cool that you won’t make plans with me when she’s here. ” Logan Hill, a veteran of New York, Vulture, and GQ, has spent twenty years covering the arts for outlets including Elle, Esquire, Rolling Stone, The New York Times, This American Life, Times Talks, Wired, and others.I know he would never cheat but I can't help but worry he'll always be tempted to turn to others for a confidence boost when things get complicated.
We got in a fight but he said none of the snaps meant anything.
We have a great relationship and I do not really have any worries when it comes to us being together for the long haul — except he has a friend who he was very close with in high school and he still talks to her now.