I wasn’t allowed to have male friends and I was rarely ever allowed to go out with my girlfriends (especially if there was the slight chance there may have been boys there).He even got angry when a boy would text message me or talk to me online.The question is: When is jealousy appropriate, how much, and when is it a good sign?One of the greatest gifts we get from being in a relationship is that it encourages us to grow in ways that we may not have grown if we were single.It can be quite crushing, when the man that you are in love with turns out to be nothing but a compulsive pathological liar. Most likely he/she will be back in touch, so be grateful for this space, to concentrate on you.
But there's a difference between a caring boyfriend, and a guy who's actually jealous and controlling.
If someone is abusive, they may be threatened by any sign that you are an independent person.
They think that you belong to them and like the feeling of power they get from thinking that you’re under their control.
There are some telltale markers of trouble, and if you spot enough of them, bail on that relationship — it isn't going anywhere good. He fondly calls you "crazy" or "too much," like he's so chill and you aren't. This sucker is putting you on a pedestal — he thinks you're superhuman, and even if you are a total badass, everyone has their low moments.
Sometimes they say it lovingly, like, "You crazy girl," or lightly, like, *sigh* "You're too much sometimes." But after a while, you'll actually start to feel crazy. He's not going to react well when his "perfect girlfriend" fucks up or shows an imperfect side.3. When he texts you while you're out with friends, and then keeps texting and keeps texting and keeps texting, until your phone is basically nonstop vibrating.
I can tell you with complete honesty that I haven’t talked to any other guys… I kept telling my boyfriend that I’m only interested in him, but he seems cold and withdrawn now.