Do you have friends or co-workers who you don't trust to leave alone with your partner?

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Do you have friends or co-workers who you don't trust to leave alone with your partner?

Martiniman Martiniman
I'm not asking if you trust your partner, but the opposite...Do you not trust your friends or co-workers to be left alone with your partner. Meaning they might hit on or get to friendly with your partner.
02/26/2013
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Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
Anyone I didn't trust like that, wouldn't be someone I consider a friend, that's for sure. But no, I don't know anyone like that.
02/26/2013
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
I trust my wife - so my friends are not the issue.
02/26/2013
K101 K101
Quote:
Originally posted by Martiniman
I'm not asking if you trust your partner, but the opposite...Do you not trust your friends or co-workers to be left alone with your partner. Meaning they might hit on or get to friendly with your partner.
Okay, I see what you're asking here. Despite our trust in our partner, we can still have icky feelings about what others may do and to answer truthfully, yes. There's one person in particular who's a very close family member and has on multiple occasions throughout the years, tried getting very chummy with my partner. I'm not talking a little hug either! I'm talking serious crap! Thankfully, my partner was uncomfortable enough to say something & then ignore her big time so she'd get the impression that her ploys were not working. She wanted to hurt me, not have him. That's what sucks the most!

So no, I don't trust this one person around him even though I know he'd bolt out of any room she appears in. But say he was unconscious and she thought I'd be showing up any second, I cannot imagine! But if he's conscious, it ain't gonna happen so that always helps me not to worry when she is around.

It really makes me sad to hear of anybody crossing that line with someone's partner because I've seen the devastation it causes & dear God, I never want to be a part of the pain that mess causes. It's worth it to work hard to keep a distance in cases where people could be hurt like this.
02/26/2013
Ansley Ansley
Forever and a day, I have always said that it's not my husband I don't trust, it's the women we're around.

From the outside looking in, we've got a fairy tale relationship going on here. I work from home, I never have to leave the house, he takes out the trash, makes the majority of our income and does so without complaining. I blink, bat my eyelashes or express any kind of want and it's mine before I can say "scissors". I'm spoiled beyond belief and so is he. I honestly could not blame someone for wanting to try to take that away but you best believe I'd kick her ass so hard she'd regret the second she even thought she had a chance.

Hubby and I laugh and joke all the time about if a woman approached him to be with her. He always says he'd just look at her, laugh and tell her to take her best shot. There's nothing she could do that would convince him he's better off without me.
02/26/2013
Living Doll Living Doll
I don't allow people like that into my life to begin with so it's not an issue.
02/26/2013
P'Gell P'Gell
No, I don't. I trust my husband implicitly. As for other people, I wouldn't keep people in my life that I couldn't trust. Life is too short to keep untrustworthy people around.
02/26/2013
P'Gell P'Gell
No, I don't. I trust my husband implicitly. As for other people, I wouldn't keep people in my life that I couldn't trust. Life is too short to keep untrustworthy people around. So, no there.
02/26/2013
El-Jaro El-Jaro
I actually have a married female friend I don't trust around girlfriends. She's a cute pixie of a woman, but will go after most anyone's gf if she gets too drunk.

With my ex she went as far as kissing her right in front on me while we were both pretty drunk.

Funny thing: The pixie friend has no interest in the guys, just the ladies. Things that make you go "hmm?"
02/26/2013
Ansley Ansley
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
I actually have a married female friend I don't trust around girlfriends. She's a cute pixie of a woman, but will go after most anyone's gf if she gets too drunk.

With my ex she went as far as kissing her right in front on me ...
Heh. I must admit this is me. I totally do that and I haven't the foggiest clue why, when I'm sober I have almost zero interest in women. I guess the drunk me thinks it's harmless?
02/26/2013
El-Jaro El-Jaro
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Originally posted by Ansley
Heh. I must admit this is me. I totally do that and I haven't the foggiest clue why, when I'm sober I have almost zero interest in women. I guess the drunk me thinks it's harmless?
Note to self - keep girlfriend away from drunk Stormy
02/26/2013
Ansley Ansley
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
Note to self - keep girlfriend away from drunk Stormy
Hehehehe Now I'm stalkin' her. (Glad she's on site.)

Just keep the jager out of my hands and we'll be juuust fine.
02/26/2013
RonLee RonLee
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Originally posted by Ansley
Hehehehe Now I'm stalkin' her. (Glad she's on site.)

Just keep the jager out of my hands and we'll be juuust fine.
Stormy, what a Naughty Girl! LOL
02/26/2013
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by RonLee
Stormy, what a Naughty Girl! LOL
Whatever made you think I was anything but?
02/26/2013
travelnurse travelnurse
No, not really an issue
02/26/2013
Chelynn67 Chelynn67
Quote:
Originally posted by Martiniman
I'm not asking if you trust your partner, but the opposite...Do you not trust your friends or co-workers to be left alone with your partner. Meaning they might hit on or get to friendly with your partner.
Family is worse
02/26/2013
Raymaker Raymaker
As long as you trust your partner I dont see why other people would be an issue at all.

Unless you believed the other person was derranged enough to violate peoples consent and impinge upon their personal space, in which even /I/ would refuse to be in their presence.
02/26/2013
nazzmazz nazzmazz
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Originally posted by Ansley
Hehehehe Now I'm stalkin' her. (Glad she's on site.)

Just keep the jager out of my hands and we'll be juuust fine.
Whoa whoa whoa.. We are all forgetting that said girlfriend has autonomy here! I'll make out with (or not) whomever I please!

02/26/2013
Bleu Bleu
I don't like my boyfriend's family. I trust his friends.
02/27/2013
nazzmazz nazzmazz
Quote:
Originally posted by Martiniman
I'm not asking if you trust your partner, but the opposite...Do you not trust your friends or co-workers to be left alone with your partner. Meaning they might hit on or get to friendly with your partner.
I don't know if this is everyone, but I used to worry about one of my friends hitting on my gentleman friends because I was insecure. I thought that maybe she was better or funnier or prettier or had more in common with my guy than me, so I would internally freak out that she would somehow seem more interesting and seduce him. Granted, she kind of knew this, and would turn up her charm more around guys anyway, so... it didn't help.

Luckily, for reasons unrelated to my current relationship, she's out of my life, and I feel a lot better about things. The main thing, though, is that I'm not so insecure anymore and I don't feel inferior to my friends. I've discovered that I'm kind of awesome, actually, and have no reason to doubt.
02/27/2013
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