My boyfriend and I have been together for almost a year and we both have myspace pages that we had before we met. I'm not one to say when your in a relationship that you shouldn't have one because it is a great way to keep in touch with old high school friends and I love talking to them on there. But when we started dating he had a problem with me having my ex boyfriend on my friends list but then as time went on, the subject just never surfaced again and has never been a problem. My thing is, he has his first girlfriend on his friend list. They both took each other's virginity and all and when we first started dating he had said once that he still cared for her and if it wasn't for the fact that he was in a relationship, he would still be friends with her. We've never really had much convo about it because I've never felt threatened or that he would talk to her or anything but its like in the past month I'm having issues with him being able to look at her profile all the time and read bulletins she posts (which he had said once that he did). I guess I'm just having a jealousy issue within myself ( i haven't mentioned this to him.) But its like even today he said he was getting on myspace to check his messages and he never did check those so it just makes me feel threatened that he may be getting on there to check out her profile all the time and look at her pictures. I just don't feel like he should do that if he cares for me unless there is still something in him that wants her back. Am I being too jealous and should just shrug this off? Or should I say something about it or what??
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