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    I dont think you did to be honest as i would have done the same thing, however i am a very jealous person and dont think its appropriate for dp to text or fb a woman from a passed relationship if that makes sense.... Which he feels the same way about me texting or fbing a guy, which i would just never do......Wow i waffled on a bit lol!!!!

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    I think so. I don't consider my husband's life my property - he can say hello to and maintain friendships with whoever he likes. Same with me. I'd be mightily annoyed if my husband told me who I could and couldn't be friends with. I am faithful and honest and if he doubts that then we'd be in serious trouble. Ditto the other way around. I know he is faithful and honest and trustworthy. That's why I married him.

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    Yeah I think it's a bit of an over reaction, generally they're an ex for a reason. Usually It'd be more likely if he's gonna do something it'd be someone new.. Not an old flame.

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    Hubby doesn't have FB - Thank JEBUS! But, no I don't think you overreacted. I don't have my X's on FB out of respect for my DP.

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    Well DH's ex is one of my good friends.

    I think you over reacted slightly.

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    Thanks for your honest replies, i absolutely trust my DH, 100%. Its not even anything to do with that. I never thought for one minute something was going on, its simply made me think about him being with her and made me feel uncomftable.

    He told who she was ages ago. I thought she was an ex but he told me tonight she was someone who he was friends with for ages and they slept together once.

    I have made such a mountain out of a molehill and DH is very upset about it too. He thinks it should be a non issue. He doesnt try to hide anything from me, i know his password to FB and everything. He never gives me any reason to doubt him. Ever

    I do think i over reacted But my insecurities have nothing to do with him, at all. I was in a long term realtionship from when i was very young before DH and it scarred me. He was emotionally and physically abusive and cheated on me numerous times and treated me very badly.

    So my insecurities run very deep. We ended having a big row over it and i feel terrible now. He is such a good husband and father and treats me so well

    I feel like an absolute idiot.

    Granted it is that time of the month maybe i can blame some of it on that?
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    I wouldn't be bothered with it at all and think you are over-reacting, I think it's a bit immature to be torturing yourself thinking about them together.
    Your with him now so it shouldn't worry you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShanandBoc View Post

    Granted it is that time of the month maybe i can blame some of it on that?
    I think that is definitely a plausible excuse haha.
    But mind you, when it goes the other way (he smirks about me having my period or something), all hell breaks loose!


 

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