In times such as these, seeking out the wise words of one of this "hated" kind (aka a guy) can provide insight and perspective that is not rageful and actually makes sense.Suddenly the fire of angst against men is distinguished.Maybe they shouldn’t be sitting as close to you on the couch anymore, or giving you a piggyback ride (hey, I don’t know how close you are to your guy friends).Whatever it is you do that could possibly weird your boyfriend out, you might want to stop, just for his sake.Dear Doc, My girl is a labourer, which means she generally works with predominantly males – which also means she makes a lot of male friends. And if I’m right – and I bet I am – you haven’t breathed a word of this to your girlfriend. ” No, what’s going to happen is that she’s going to shoot his ass down. There are a lot of techniques for dealing with insecurity – I talked about several of those in the letter from Insecurity Guard last Friday, but I suspect that these are some deep-seated issues and talking to a trained professional is the best way to resolve them.Problem is, I’ve had a lot of bad experience with opposite-sex-friendships in relationships and am suffering some major insecurity issues. Either way it won’t matter, because all it’s going to do is just confirm to you that you had a everything goes horribly wrong, FJ. After all, these are going to be the core of every relationship problem you have, the common denominator that’s going to underline every single break-up and failed relationship.Generally speaking, if a woman loves you, adores you and respects you as her man, she will prefer to spend most of her time with you than with other men; even if they’re “just friends.” Of course that’s the simple answer.However, to best answer whether it is okay to let your girlfriend have guy friends, it’s important to look at where the question is coming from.
Some may find it crazy that a heterosexual guy and girl can be JUST friends, but in our opinion our guy friends maintain our sanity more than anyone else in the world.
And while I don’t trust college boys to teach any life lessons in platonic friendship, even science validates their claim that men will sleep with their friends.
From this Psychology Today article: “In a study published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, Sapadin asked more than 150 professional men and women what they liked and disliked about their cross-sex friendships. Men, on the other hand, more frequently replied that sexual attraction was a prime reason for initiating a friendship, and that it could even deepen a friendship.
Essentially, being jealous and insecure in a relationship leads to negative behaviors, such as being needy and clingy, which can lead to problems in the relationship.
The truth is, women don’t want to be stuck in a relationship with a clingy or needy guy. Because this type of behavior can signal deeper underlying causes such as: 1. When a guy lacks purpose in life, he will often make the mistake of making his girlfriend his “be-all-and-end-all” so to speak.