Jealously and insecurity
When you tell your partner you’re not comfortable with them going out with a gender of opposite sex from them should they proactively try to avoid the person in respect for the relationship?
or should they ignore and stand their ground for just being friends?
We all know being friends is the first step to something more happening esp if they spend time together at work and travelling back home etc.
Here are what netizens think:
- Human being is a social animal. We need to interact with all kind of people. If restriction, jealousy and insecurity are what you have in mind, then stay single. It will make you happier than to get involved in a rs. Trust is what you need in a rs.
- We also know being in relationship is the first step to jealousy and insecurity if there’s lack of trust.
- if he does, it’s good and shows respect to you. If he doesn’t, you can’t blame him as well. It just means y’all ain’t suitable. There will be people out there who share the same values as you in this aspect.
- What is meant to be yours will be yours. No amount of ‘protection’ can prevent that. If both parties in a relationship do not see eye to eye, have unmet expectations and yet continue to disagree with each other, what’s the point of staying together? Instead of saying he should or she should, the 2 of you are simply not compatible.
- So the post is saying making friends with people of the opposite gender will inevitably lead to something more than friendship and hence we should avoid doing so completely.
- It is human nature to interact with other gender.. firstly, if you feel insecure means you do not trust enough or he did something to make you feel that way which is unhealthy.. secondly, if his colleagues or if his bosses are ladies, should he ignore which seems rude.. lastly, you should talk to him about it