Friendly insecurities

By Miss Kes

Friday, October 06, 2017

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Many women get a bit jittery when their men are around beautiful women, because it's natural instinct to see them as threats. But what happens when that beautiful woman happens to be your close friend? How do you ensure that lines and boundaries do not get crossed?

Cam:

I do have a very sexy female friend and recently we had a huge quarrel because I noticed something whenever she is around my man. She gets all flirty and she felt offended when I raised the issue. But I had to call it out for what it was. I don't play stupid or dumb and I don't trust any woman whether they are family or friend. I am watchful of any woman my man goes around.

AT:

If my friend is insecure about me being around her man, it is going to put our friendship in a very sticky place because I would take that as her not trusting me.

Bridgette:

If my friend tells me she is insecure about me being around her man, I will avoid hanging out with them, period. As a woman I can understand, plus we're not kids so I really shouldn't be around them 24/7.

Tanya:

I would drop both her and her cheating, flirty man. It simply means she is with a snake and she doesn't trust me. Bad combination for me to be a part of so I'd rather take myself out of the ball game.

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