posted on Aug, 4 2009 @ 09:05 PM
I see this kind of of nonsense as kind of mandatory in any relationship. Every good person I have ever dated has always had a significant other who
could not let go and of course all the new flirts who are relentless in their perverted escapades. In my experience I have to decide what I can or
cannot live with in the relationship. I also know that putting more effort into a relationship is the only way it takes off as the other guy is and
usually will always be seeking out your girlfirend or wife. Keeping the romance alive? Working hard to keep her interested, knowing that you love her?
High maintenance perhaps? I do know not all women are the same and stereotyping them will leave you confused and fruitless in your relationships. Men
on both sides, good guys and bad guys play upon the ladies in thier own way. My point is if these ex boyfriends are creating a situation where you
think you need to try harder to maintain your relationship, a man needs to weigh the consequesnces and do more than just take her word for it. Get to
know her family, this always reveals some truths you may need to know to look at possible outcomes. Perhaps her friends outside of the ex boyfriend
thing may shed light into her psychological past so pratical truths can show you your next step. A casual conversation with a friend never ruined a
good relationship and if she was offended by it then perhaps shes not the right one after all. If the relationship has not elevated to this point
where friends and family are involved then maybe she she needs her space and you need another night out to find a girl who likes family events. There
are no perfeect people, so when I say not all women are the same, thats what I mean. Keep fishing dude, you never know, the great one may be worth
casting the line out for one more time.