Daily Mirror agony aunt Coleen Nolan advises a woman worried about her boyfriend’s plan to spend a weekend in a yurt with two hot girls
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My boyfriend has a really good best friend who he has known since they were kids.
They grew up next door and their parents are friends. I don’t have a problem with her – we’ve met a few times and she seems like a nice person.
Thing is, she invited my boyfriend to a glamping weekend trip and is bringing one of her friends with her. The idea is that they share a yurt and I’m not happy about that.
I don’t want to be a needy jealous girlfriend but I checked out this girlfriend on social media and she is very hot.
Am I being unreasonable if I feel this weekend is inappropriate? I’m pretty sure he would rage if I decided to spend a weekend with two guys in a tent. The truth is I’m angry and hurt that he would rather spend a weekend with them than with me. I would appreciate your opinion.
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I don’t think you’re unreasonable. His buddy bringing a friend is moving the goalposts a bit, so why can’t he invite you over too?
You have to be honest that you’re not happy about it and ask him if he’d be okay with you spending the weekend in a tent with two guys. If he says yes, I think he’s lying!
You can’t stop him from leaving, but ask him to think about what’s more important – this weekend or your relationship.
If you trusted him 100%, I don’t think you would have those feelings, so it’s worth thinking about as well.
Has he given you a reason not to trust him in the past, or is it because of your insecurities?
It’s a scramble between clipping someone’s wings or letting them fly and see what happens.
If he messes up, at least you know where you stand.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/lifestyle/sex-relationships/relationships/im-raging-boyfriends-camping-trip-26629838 "I'm fuming about my boyfriend's camping trip with a friend and her very hot friend" - Coleen Nolan