Babe-Fishing/Dating » guys why? by: SUBMARINE(f) .:. Mon, 02 Jun, 2014 - 02:04:28:pm GMT
Re: guys why? by: Rita(f) .:. Tue, 03 Jun, 2014 - 03:10:36:am GMT
Re: guys why? by: Ritabal(f) .:. Wed, 04 Jun, 2014 - 02:51:57:am GMT
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Re: guys why? by: Kenny11973(m) .:. Mon, 29 Dec, 2014 - 01:01:50:am GMT
@ritabal: You are very right. I remember most of My friends don't like me discussing with their girls. For instance, when I was staying a friend, any the babe is around he don't give the girl chance to talk me. He always interrupt us. One faithful day,my friend was not around and the babe gave him a surprised visit and the guy is not around, so I pick my phone and call him that is love is around. You can't believe the way these guy was breathing when he comes in. So some guys are just been too furious about there lady. And that Jealousy of the highest order.
Re: guys why? by: Prime(m) .:. Mon, 14 Sep, 2020 - 11:23:44:pm GMT
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Re: guys why? by: Chamak(f) .:. Wed, 11 Nov, 2020 - 11:44:09:pm GMT
Every human being is a jealous being and no matter how strong you might claim to be emotionally, if you truly love your woman, there will always be an atom of jealousy when you see her talking or playing comfortably with another man.
Re: guys why? by: Flat(m) .:. Thu, 12 Nov, 2020 - 10:27:32:pm GMT
Re: guys why? by: Nagiano(m) .:. Fri, 13 Nov, 2020 - 09:55:04:pm GMT
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Re: guys why? by: Francis(m) .:. Sat, 14 Nov, 2020 - 09:16:06:am GMT
Re: guys why? by: TYMartins(f) .:. Fri, 20 Nov, 2020 - 07:04:40:am GMT
Being jealous in a relationship is quite normal. You can get jealous even over your babe trying to help someone with directions and she keeps smiling at that person. Excessive jealousy is the problem. There's healthy jealousy that you guys can laugh I've and tease each other about. While there's the unhealthy jealousy that results in the guy hitting his lady or more still the haul of abusive words.
**With God nothing is impossible**
Re: guys why? by: Phaithh(f) .:. Fri, 20 Nov, 2020 - 07:18:57:pm GMT
It's normal to feel jealous. Jealousy for me, is a feature of love. If anyone who claims to love you doesn't feel a hint of jealousness at the time required, then I'm pleased to tell you that he/she doesn't love you.
The Almighty GOD Himself is a jealous GOD (Exodus 34:14). Going through the Bible, and following the stories of the Israelites and their whoredom with the other gods of the land, GOD got jealous a thousand times, why? Because He loved Israel.
Jealousy is not the problem. Perhaps, people confuse possessiveness for jealousy. Possessiveness is what affects every relationship negatively -- when you think you partner belongs to you and you alone, depriving him/her of the liberty to engage with any opposite sex or the other people.
Everybody wants freedom, not wanting to be chained down, kept in bondage or restricted in any way. When this is violated, then it leads to strifes.
Fellow ladies and gentlemen in relationships, your boyfriend or girlfriend or even spouse is not an *object* to be possessed or an *animal* to ordered around. Possessiveness is not love, but an animalistic emotion which makes you want to tear apart anyone who comes close to your partner.
I read a book sometimes ago, ISOKENE by Opeyemi Akintude. This book told the story of a possessive husband -- he commanded his wife never to smile to anyone but him (because she had a very enchanting and beautiful smile). He was so serious with his wife keeping this command that he literally followed her everywhere, isn't this frustrating?
Well, he thought he loved his wife and was doing it to strengthen the love (what he didn't know was that he was adding petrol to the fire of crisis in his marriage).
To make the story shorter, he later realized (the hard way though) that *true love* is not possessiveness.
So, be jealous but don't be possessive.
Re: guys why? by: Temmylade(f) .:. Sun, 22 Nov, 2020 - 03:12:53:pm GMT
Wow...this is very common nowadays. The habit of guys being jealous when their girlfriends talks to other guys. Come to think of this they just don't want to loose their girlfriends because there are some guys that can sweet-talk ladies to the point of loosing their own gfs to another boy.
Re: guys why? by: Victoria(f) .:. Fri, 27 Nov, 2020 - 11:31:21:pm GMT
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