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He says it's not a big deal because he loves only me, and it was just a friendly gesture. (This probably doesn't matter a lot, but we are in a long distance relationship, so any confrontation would be electronic.) Let's start off by commiserating: In your shoes, Our reader is facing a little V-Day drama with another woman in her boyfriend's life, and she's not feeling all hearts and roses about it. She writes:*My boyfriend, "Carl", and I have been dating for a year and a half.He has always been committed to me, and I trust him, but I think his roommate's girlfriend crosses the line all the time.That means it's even harder to stay calm and rational.But, I think it's rational AND fair to encourage Carl to talk to his roommates, especially about privacy in his room (knocking should be a household rule! I understand that he doesn't want to cause tension, but it's obviously causing tension for him, or he wouldn't tell you about it!If you are worried you'll sound like a psycho girlfriend but don't want him to go, here’s the trick: it’s all about the delivery.
It does make a difference that you're in a long-distance relationship, because you're not there often enough to really gauge the situation yourself.To me, your boyfriend going to prom with another girl would be like him going on a date with another girl. They’re going to ride in a limo or car together, eat dinner together, dance together, and hang out together for a few hours after dark.Even if he says she’s just asking him “as a friend,” it still makes me cringe a little.Carl tells me he doesn't want to cause tension between him and his roommate, so he doesn't say anything.Recently, Michelle moved in with them, and she bought my boyfriend a box of chocolates for Valentine's Day.