posted on Jun, 18 2016 @ 09:31 PM
a reply to: YachiruKusajishi
It seems I'm a bit late to the party, so I'll leave the two cents at the door:
The condition you said (about not letting him go to her house where the two of them were alone), was the same condition my ex-gf placed on me. And no,
I didn't leave her because of that, but it was a contributing factor.
Anyway, as a guy with many female friends (in fact, one is my best friend as well), I don't quite see anything wrong with him going. Let's say you
hated horror movies, and he wanted to go over her house to watch them because he knew you hated horror films. I don't know what kind of guy's you're
dealing with, but in my case, I'm a one-person man. I'm completely comfortable being alone with a female friend, and knowing full well nothing will
happen. In a relationship, everyone else is no-touch. At the time, I wasn't even happy with my then girlfriend - I could have started something plenty
of times...but, I won't.
That said, I do find the choice of day that he wants to go over there a tad bit suspicious - Seeing as he's a father, he probably should be at home
with the kids. I know my dad was.
PS: If I seem a bit biased in my decision, it's because of that particular EX. You sound a lot more lenient, as I wasn't even able to go out to eat
with my female friends (couldn't even give them a friendly hug in public without getting daggers thrown my way; we were all band geeks in high school,
so regardless of whether it's a guy or girl, we all greet each other with a hug).