When someone you're in relationship with keeps liking girls pics.

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someone who you're in a relationship with is it okey to keep on liking girls pics and to some commenting they are beautiful.
 

blue_ladybug

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Absolutely not.. if he's not 100% committed to you and only you, I'd dump him like a hot potato..
 

TabinRivCA

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someone who you're in a relationship with is it okey to keep on liking girls pics and to some commenting they are beautiful.
Lack of respect is a big deal dearie.
 

melita916

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My personal opinion: I wouldn’t like it if my husband liked/commented on other women’s pics.
 
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7seasrekeyed

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no. that is hurtful and disrespectful. and if he does that with your knowledge, what is he doing you do not know about?

very sorry. he is obvioulsy not ready or perhaps never wants, a committed relationship
 

Mel85

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someone who you're in a relationship with is it okey to keep on liking girls pics and to some commenting they are beautiful.
He trippin’, and you deserve better.

 

CharliRenee

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I guess the silver lining is that he is transparent about his shady behavior. It is a gift to see it out in the open, so you can close the door to him and his nonsense, sooner than later.
 
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It goes both ways. I've dated women who would do the same kinds of things, and then get super jealous if a woman as much as spoke to me. It never worked out, for them anyhow. :ROFL: :p
 

CharliRenee

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It goes both ways. I've dated women who would do the same kinds of things, and then get super jealous if a woman as much as spoke to me. It never worked out, for them anyhow. :ROFL::p
Either way, it is a worldly view. Not good.
 
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Sweetmorningdew78

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someone who you're in a relationship with is it okey to keep on liking girls pics and to some commenting they are beautiful.

Hi! Sis :)


Have you talked to him about it? Did you tell him that it hurts you and you get jealous when he keeps on liking other women's pictures? The reality is There are always those people who are more fit and more attractive than us...and it's ok...the most important is he chooses you and you choose him...but if your boyfriend continues to do it even after telling him that it hurts you then he really doesn't care about your feelings...


When we love someone we give them a chance to explain themselves we don't automatically say you disrespected me and will dump him immediately...


Communicate in a way where you can express your feelings clearly and listen to what he says. If you and your bf are willing to work together, you will both forget everything and try again together :)


Relationship works both ways but it is okay to give more.


I pray for guidance and strength for both of you and wisdom to deal with a situation like this. Amen. Blessings sis ❤
 

EmilyFoster

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I’m personally not comfortable with this attitude. Liking and neutral commenting on good friend’s pics is OK to an extent but not specific only to girls. God’s blessings, wisdom and guidance to you, Cate.
 

Pipp

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It would make me feel very uneasy. What's to say he isn't messaging any of them telling them how beautiful they are ?
 
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Thanks everyone for the feedback you all have helped me. The issue had being bothering me a lot when I told him how I feel he said said they are just friends. He made me feel am a jealous person and I had to deal with the issue. For a long time I condemned myself thinking I was wrong I finally broke up with him because I felt the relationship was unhealthy without trust and I felt disrespected. Thanks for the encouragement I now know my intuition was right. God bless you all
 

blue_ladybug

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Thanks everyone for the feedback you all have helped me. The issue had being bothering me a lot when I told him how I feel he said said they are just friends. He made me feel am a jealous person and I had to deal with the issue. For a long time I condemned myself thinking I was wrong I finally broke up with him because I felt the relationship was unhealthy without trust and I felt disrespected. Thanks for the encouragement I now know my intuition was right. God bless you all
They always say "we're just friends"... I know it hurts but you're better off without him. Like Pipp said, how do you know he wasn't also messaging them and saying how pretty they are?

Good riddance to bad trash..
 

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someone who you're in a relationship with is it okey to keep on liking girls pics and to some commenting they are beautiful.
No, this is certainly not OK and would take it as a sign that this man does not exclusively think about you but has a wandering eye. There is going to be big trouble in this relationship if it proceeds further. It is impropriate for a man that is in a serious relationship or is married to have women as friends to associate with besides just a customary hello or good morning. Anything beyond that can be troubling and problematic in a committed relationship.