My boyfriend (of one and a half years)and i are having dinner together. An old female co-worker of his is sitting behind us having dinner with a girlfriend. She asks my boyfriend if he remembers her, then they carry on a catching up conversation that lasts 30 minutes. It goes on until she leaves, with her friend. I feel it was extremely rude of him disregard our dinner together, to play catch up for such a long time. I can see if it was 5 or 10 min. , but it was at least 30. In the course of the conversation he mentions that he lives all alone in his house now. This woman is married, if that matters, but I feel a message was being sent..... Anyway, I have told him how I felt, he got mad, and insinuated that I thought he shouldn't have even spoken to her at all. I told him if he couldn't treat me with more respect then we really couldn't continue, so he left it at " o.k., maybe I'll talk to you sometime". Wow, am I being too controlling??? Be honest.
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