Alright, so my girlfriend lives in a house with a bunch of other people, and lately she's been hanging out often with some guy who lives there, mostly watching movies together, sometimes with other people from the house present. About two weeks ago some of those people were implying they should hook up, so my girlfriend told these people that she already has a boyfriend. She also asked the guy if he had a crush on her, which he denied. But two days ago, they had some beers and he told her he did like her (and claimed he didn't feel for her that way when she asked before), and also attempted to kiss her once. I can only trust my girlfriend that that's all there is to it (although she does know I would break up with her had she kissed back).
I think you should just assume your girlfriend knows how to handle herself. She should be able to feel comfortable disclosing stuff like this to you without you taking the issue into your own hands. As it stands it's her problem and her's alone to deal with unless she actually asks you to get involved, emailing or otherwise speaking with the guy would be counter-productive.
> the fact that he would try to kiss her (even though he knew she has a boyfriend)
Well, I ended up doing nothing, I suppose I was a bit emotional when I posted this thread and doing nothing just made me feel powerless, even though I knew it was the best option.
>>3 It's probably 2, my girlfriend tends to look people straight in the eye, smile a lot and is quickly comfortable around people, sitting close to them etc. I think people often confuse it for flirting.
I think that your girl should end her relationship with guy he's just pretanding one day he'll do to her something u'll not like .... But i 'am afraid that ur girl friend will not beleive u , she will think that u're over jealous ^^ ....
Getting all jealous and clingy isn't the way to go. You want to appear to be stronger of the two males.
She obviously respects you enough to let you know what's going on and to be honest with you. In return, you need to trust her back and give her some room to breath. If anything happens, just remember: she's in a relationship with you, not anyone else. Of course, if he tries to force himself on her, that's different story; you need to kick his ass, gf's friend or no.
The abusive "kicking each other's ass" is NOT Romantic, unless you're a cave-man or cave-woman. Re-Read >>6
Your girlfreind LIVES there. Anything can happen in that house, and you will NEVER know about it!