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My boyfriend has several female friends. He remained friends with her, but told her she could no longer talk about me like that. They continue to talk. He only met her a couple of months before he met me (not a long time friendship). He was been living with me for about 7 mos and just got engaged. He always defends her against me and acts as if I can't accept her, the relationship won't work. I was referred to as "WT" (white trash), a "filler" (until he got something real), a liar and a joke. We continue to fight over her after the engagement. But, he is always willing to share his feelings with her. Most of them he rarely sees, just Facebook pals mostly. She was a client of his when he was a Personal Trainer, but they became friends outside of that. How should I handle this? When we first started dating, before it got serious, I found out through his Facebook that she called me names. I have been researching this and according to many, men and women can't be "just friends", but then you should not try to control who your significant other's friends are. I don't want to ruin my relationship. This was about 1 year ago. I have a situation. He is a very private person and he doesn't always share his feeling with me. But, one in peticular we fight about frequently. It bothers me because they talk about sex and very personal things.added by Snoozing for Joyy on 24.02.2019 in 18:32
2's tits look pretty saggyadded by Timberline for Joyy on 26.02.2019 in 22:51
goodness...added by Perturbed for Joyy on 28.02.2019 in 11:17
I don't shy away from the hard questions and I simply know I am not what people seem to want. Yesterday actually I did think about starting a random conversation with someone in the mall I thought looked nice but I looked at here, looked at myself and yes it would never work there being better choices than me.added by Lurg for Joyy on 28.02.2019 in 03:09
Then I will take my course of action. I'm not going to be a chump. I want to hear her side of the story, whatever it may be.