what if my bf told me that I can get all the guys.He doesn`t want guys looking at me when we are...
together.Is he the kind of guy easily get jealous?
Sounds like he does have some jealousy issues. That can tend to tear a relationship apart. Beware.
i had a bf like htat once.. he was so possessive, not jealous, just down right possessive.. used to tell me i could have any guy i wanted but if we went out which was very rare, he would make sure i never wore a mini skirt, and we only went into bars that had mostly women.. other times he would accuse me of looking at guys and if he caught a guy looking at me, he'd go on about how that one wanted me..
he was too imature and insecure in himself.. in the end i told him to leave. a guy like that (or woman like it) is demeaning and will just bring you down emotionally and will make you think you arent worth going out with. dump him or tell him to grow up.
you'r bf isnt a virgo i hope? cos (no offence to virgo's, many of my friends are that sign) but this guy was a virgo, and a couple of other virgo's i knew were exactly the same..
He is a virgo.He is the kind of guy that I can`t understnad.I think he`s trying to hide his feeling co`z he was from a long relationship, and now he is scared to be hurt again..He told me that his ex gf, gave him too much pain. I really can`t understand what he`s thinking.
It sounds like in this particular case he's a very jealous guy, though I don't think it's necessarily always the case. My husband says the same thing sometimes, but he's generally very secure with my interactions with other men. However, he is older, and I know he learned the hard way that it doesn't matter how tightly you hold on to something if it doesn't want to stay, so he may have learned that security the hard way. And yes, he's a Virgo too, and I have my own Aries issues so maybe he figures something has to give .
If your boyfriend told you you can get all the guys, then he should be flattered and happy that you picked him. I don't know him or you so I cannot jump to conclusions as to whether or not it means he is easily jealousy.
He could feel intimidated by other men looking at your ravenous beauty or he could feel somewhat out of place when out with you meaning that he doesn't feel good enough for you.
Whatever the case may be, if he treats you with respect then I wouldn't worry about it. If he gets too clingy then you might have other issues with him.
Of course, again I don't know either of you. You could be wearing clothes that he feels are too revealing and doesn't like men looking at you because he knows what other guys are thinking.
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