I've never heard it called that before!rebel_with_a_cause said:Sounds to me like he is a bit insecure and is worried that you and your ex might still have a spark of interest. By the way I intend to set myself up as ARRSEs Agony Aunt. Sits back, dons helmet and awaits incoming.
Fluffy I bow before your superior insight into human nature. I renounce my aim to be ARRSE Agony Aunt and pass the mantle to you.FluffyBunny said:Bin the new bloke, if he's that insecure.
Sooner or later the relationship will end with you locked in the cellar for days on end to keep you away from other men whilst he feeds you scraps; the rats and slugs will be your only friends.
Eventually, you'll be buried in a shallow grave somewhere, discovered, your chap will go to prison where he'll be raped in the showers and commit suicide in despair. His ex-wife will be so traumatised, she'll put the kids into the orphanange where they will be adopted by internet perverts and molested until they too kill themselves by collectively jumping from a bridge with the family dog.
For the sake of the dog, bin him now.
Give him a ring dhobi the same night he has just eaten a curry, that will prove your undying love for him!!!!cunning_stunt said:I honestly have no feelings whatsoever for my ex. I haven't seen him for several months & in truth, stopped finding him attractive about 6months before we split up. How can I stop my new bloke being so insecure? It's driving me mad.
Give him sometime to calm down if you think he's worth it. If he continues with his insecurity over your ex then bin him. Does he get insecure about other males? If yes, definitely get rid before his behavior can becomes controlling.cunning_stunt said:I honestly have no feelings whatsoever for my ex. I haven't seen him for several months & in truth, stopped finding him attractive about 6months before we split up. How can I stop my new bloke being so insecure? It's driving me mad.