Maybe its coz you have been dating all the wrong guys all this time (seems like that coz you've not settled down in a long-term relationship yet ) and he is concerned about you (true friend get like that sometimes ) I'm not sure if he likes you though (I have a friend who has dated really bad guys and I'm concerned for her but I don't have feelings for her)but if you like him then go ahead and tell him you like him and I doubt he'll say no but remember if you mess things up, you'll be loosing a good friend, on the other hand , you probably know him better than any other guy and vice versa, so there is a good chance that your relationship will last quite awhile.
Its unlikely that he would admit to being jealous. He's asking because he's obviously showing an interest!
That would depend on what you are jealous of. If you are jealous of another girl, perhaps it is a sub-conscious fear that your man is attracted to her. If you are jealous of another persons possessions, maybe it is just that you have a innate feeling that you aren't doing well enough in life.
I would just tell him too cool it cause we are just friends and he is just being jealous.
Then he/she is not being a good friend.Maybe because there jealous
I, being a strait woman, am not entirely sure how to answer this question. But, if I were you, I would try to make your girlfriend FEEL as beautiful as posible. I'm sure you, being her girlfriend, think that she is beautiful, so let her know that.
Being attracted to guys means nothing relative to whether he loves you. If he loves you and wants to be with you, then it is no different to you being attracted to someone else but being with him.
Don't be jealous, she is only his friend. After all: You can meet boys and be friends with them without being their girlfriend.
The person you want to make jealous is not your friend. A friend is someone with whom you have a bond of mutual affection, personal regard and who you like and enjoy being with. All the feelings associated with true friendship are positive and supportive. You would not seek to burden your friend with jealousy.
Do things with the new person that you are with, which will result in him being jelous usually.
Being negative is not always good, but sometimes it is. Like if somebody asks you to do drugs, you should be negative about it. And if your friends are mean to you, you can be negative and say you don'y want to be their friend. That's okay (being negative) because they showed wrong actions.
Well first of you need to accept your flaws and realize that are good the way you are. You need to be happy for that friend and realize that being jealous of them isn't going to change you, or them. Try looking at all your good qualities that he/she doesn't have and think about how you're lucky too.
Don't do it, cheating and being unfaithful is wrong as marriage is sacred.
If your best friend is jealous of you and likes to start crap first of all she is not a true friend I learned this the hard way but if she doesn't she may not be jealous she may admire you and then think that oh she's a great person and there's nothing wrong with that what so ever dear she just simply admires you but like I said if she gets mad at u for getting all the guys or for being pretty she or he is not a true friend
Is being jealous a inherited trait?
Sure. Lesbian means identifying with the concept of being attracted primarily or only to women. If you're sexually attracted to your friend, you might be lesbian, pansexual, bisexual, etc. You don't have to be sexually attracted to them to fool around, so you might even be straight or asexual. You define your orientation, not the people you have sex or a sexual relationship with.
The roots release hydrogen ions into the soil, leaving a negative charge in the roots. The cations, being positively charged, are attracted to the negative charge.
As long as you are still attracted to guys - and it sounds like you are - then you're not a lesbian. Being a lesbian means only being attracted to girls. If you're attracted to guys, you can only be straight or bisexual. If you are attracted to guys, and are also attracted to your friend, that would make you bisexual. As far as what you should do about being in love with her goes, if it's really love, there's no way around it. But it seems like you like guys and thought you were straight, so you can dismiss the worry of being a lesbian.
There does not appear to be a scientific term to specifically describe the fear of being jealous. Zelophobia is the fear of 'jealousy', but it is unclear whether this applies to a fear of being jealous of others, or a fear of others being jealous of you. It may apply to both.
That's heterosexual. Heterosexual means being attracted to the opposite sex (men being attracted to women, women being attracted to men). As opposed to homosexual, which means being attracted to the same sex (men being attracted to men, and women being attracted to women). The prefix "hetero" means "different," and "homo," means "same."
Tell your friend to stop being jealous and to go find her own boyfriend. She obviously wants him. (Or your stupid and the guy sucks)!
There are many sexualities. Not all are offical, but here are some. List of Sexualities! · Homosexuality-being attracted to the same sex. · Heterosexuality-being attracted to the opposite sex. · Bisexuality-being attracted to both sexes. · Pansexuality-has no preference; gender is not important (also known as polisexuality and omnisexuality.) · Objectumsexuality-being attracted to inanimate objects. · Zoosexuality-being attracted to animals. · Glamsexuality-being attracted to people with a high level of glamour. · Trisexuality-being attracted to the opposite sex, same sex and animals. · Pomosexuality-just has attraction, is not labeled as a sexuality. · Sapiosexuality-being attracted to people with a high level of intelligence. · Asexuality-being attracted to nothing; no-one. · Autosexuality-being attracted to oneself. · Bicuriosity-being straight, but likes the same sex on the side. · Pedosexuality-being attracted to prepubescent children. · Androsexuality-being attracted to older people. · Gynesexuality-being attracted to older women. · Sociosexuality-to only be attracted without love involved. · Sadosexuality-being attracted to only painful sexual activities. · Ehsexuality-being only attracted to Canadians. · Buysexuality-being attracted to shopping as a sexuality. · Transsexuality-feeling in the wrong gender so therefore likes the same gender. · Genderqueer-feels as if they are man and woman, or a third sex.
3some. Answer Attraction is only that, attraction. If it's really your friend you get over it and forget about it.
I think being jealous is okay but i think so many people get wound up about being jealous of one person that they chose to not like the person because they are either jealous of what they have or jealous of who they are.so yes it is okay to be jealous but no its is not okay to be cruel to someone over jealousy! :)
Haha, I go through the same thing. I really hate it when my friend gets jealous and competitive but I usually turn the tables on her. If she says something or does something competitive just say like "Why do you want to compete with me." , "Your know in friendship, friends are equal" or you just say to him or her "What do I do/Stop being jealous". Or you can compete back but it just leaves trouble in the end.
Yes, if you want him to resent and ultimately leave you, being jealous of that would be an excellent way to start the process.