Ones board guy dating two girls
His other friends and parents agree with me, but I can’t get him see it from any other point of view.At the heart of the issue, this sort of thing stems from your own fears.now you’re starting to block their opinion out because it’s none of their business.Now, I’m assuming you’ve had this experience at least once in your life. And the truth is some of the time the people warning me about a relationship were right…
But I can tell you, every time that someone has pressured me by telling me their opinion of someone more than once, I started to resent them for making the complaint. Because when they tell me more than once that they don’t agree with my relationship with a person, they’re disrespecting me.
Now, have you ever had someone you had a relationship with that other people didn’t approve of… People would say they didn’t like the person and they would give a reason. It was yours – they didn’t know the person in the way you knew them. and frankly, you didn’t want to explain it to them because really it’s none of their business (and they probably wouldn’t see your point of view anyway).
The first time you would take their opinion into consideration (because after all, the person who said it to you is probably someone that you know cares for you.) But regardless of their opinion, it didn’t change yours. Still, you appreciated their sentiment since you knew it was said out of their love and concern for you. Now you’re getting annoyed – they don’t know that person how you know them!
Fear that she might take advantage of him (and you want to protect him from that.) While these are all legitimate fears, remember that they are your fears and therefore your responsibility in terms of handling them.
The fact is that just about any high-quality guy out there is going to have ex-girlfriends. You may not mind some of his ex’s and other ex’s you may absolutely hate.
Then the poor girl would get a text or something from her ex-boyfriend/friend and I would explode into an angry tirade about it.