He said they're not really his good friends and we had little time together. - He doesn't really pick up the phone in the evening.
He said the phone was somewhere that he didn't hear it or on silent, but if he knew I called, he'd pick up.
He never gets on cam at his parents' he says he isn't comfortable.
- He calls me every weekday morning while commuting to work or home, but not over the weekends.
He says he has lots to catch up with and has no time or he'd be out with friends and doesn't hear the phone or on a trip with no reception.
Jealous people exhibit definite "red flags": insecurity, self esteem, etc., etc. We had that talk a month ago."Er, in that case, why does your profile state that you are seeking a man for long term? I guess it's hard to see it when you're the one waving it?
If you haven't shown any of these behaviors, then he should already know that you're not the jealous type. Meaning, are there times when he doesn't respond to phone calls, texts, etc. Does he separate from you when he gets phone calls, so that he can talk "in private". ^^^ Meh, sounds like you might be overly concerned at this point. Either way, I'd just keep trying to move forward and trying not to over analyze it at this point. And you've been dating him for a couple of months and have yet to see him on a weekend? As for not meeting his friends, a few thoughts come to mind:1.
How can I let him know that I'm not the jealous type. As far as not meeting his friends, his general reluctance, etc., through a recent experience of my own -- so, admittedly, from a myopic viewpoint -- I would call your relationship an extended one-night stand. Stop the internal drama and tell him what you want.
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... Keep in mind my friends means a mix of both male and female.
I got furious because I haven't been to his place and now she will. I also think maybe he has a lived-in girlfriend there but he said he had no one but me and I should trust him more. Then I ask him a lot of questions and we fight all the time.
Should I trust him more or it's time he did something about these too?
Could be that his friends are "pigs" (typical 30-something guys) and by introducing them to you, it might tarnish the image of himself that he has presented to you over the last few months. He does have a few nights a week where he's out with friends and doesn't respond right away to my texts. we haven't spent time on the weekends together yet. The first woman, would be the woman behind whose back he is seeing you. You are very embarassing in public for some reason we do not know about yet.4.