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Way too fast! I'd be flattered, but I'd wonder why he didn't want to focus on his sister/brother and his friends. Also, it's your sister's birthday...If it were your birthday, I could almost see an excuse to invite him, but I'd be weirded out if a guy I'd been dating for three weeks asked me to go with him to his sister's/brother's 21st birthday out of town.added by Mburgin for Dimita on 07.04.2019 in 09:48
...but trying to extrapolate personal choices/preferences into personality generalizations is pretty pointless.added by Lbs for Dimita on 04.04.2019 in 16:13
wow smokin beauty ..added by Ragbag for Dimita on 07.04.2019 in 02:04
I never asked him to get rid of the pictures - although yes, I wish he would. Too often all of this is blamed on the partner who feels jealous while the guy gets a free pass to do whatever he wants shy of making out with or sleeping with another girl. Just not keep them everywhere to the extent that I can't go anywhere in our house for fear I'm going to run into her image. Caused tons and tons of damage and self-esteem problems, and rightfully so. I also got the 'controlling' bit when I asked for compromises - i.e., that he not leave photos of his ex in easy-to-access places when he knew I used the computer (not that I was snooping, but it sure was pleasant when I'd save pictures and her pictures would pop up!) I thought it was blatantly disrespectful to me to leave it out like that, along with all of the hordes of other things he did. But I wouldn't say it to him, because no matter how I feel, he has the right to keep the pictures. My partner was SO not over his ex when we started dating and I tried to keep my mouth shut for fear I was being unreasonably 'jealous' for wayyy too long. He never looks at them and he'll probably never look at them anyway, so why is he holding on?