I would ask myself how much I trust my partner. If I trust my partner, then them having a friendship with someone regardless of their sex should NOT be an issue. If I didn't trust my partner, I'd have to ask myself whether or not the relationship was for me. No relationship can work without trust, so if your partner has a friend of the opposite sex, trust him unless you have a reason not to. If you have a reason not to trust them, ask yourself if they're the right person for you.
I don't see the problem, it's her friends as I'm aware, they're where there before I was. Plus, they're just that, friends, nothing else. The only way I would see it as a problem is if she spent a lot of time with him and not me. That calls for suspicion and jealousy. Other then that, they're her friends and I need to respect that.
I think it's ok....and if they are truly good friends, she'll make your life with your partner better. If he's smart, tho....he'll let you get to know her, too....the simple fact being, if his best friend was a guy, wouldn't you know that person? Same holds true if the best friend is a girl.
it depends. my best friend is a girl and she had a boyfriend and we made out cuz she wanted to so they broke up and now we have a thing. so it depends on the girl
I wouldn't care all that much. I think it would only really bother me if he spent more time with her than with me but other than that I don't see the problem
i felt the same way about my ex. the best-friend situation is usually bull though, the "best friend" is constantly flirtin with them. i wanna punch em'.
i dont know but when i see that i got mad & jelous dont know why although we trust each other 100% but i kinda got in bad mood about that situation
I wouldn't think anything of it. I have many, many guy friends. So what? Should my partner get upset with me over that? No.
As a guy, I've been known to have reasonless jealousy. All you can do is cope with it.