On your first date she tells you her birthday isn’t until October, and you rejoice.
She’s smart and cute and her face smells like bread, and you have a whole ten months until you have to buy her a birthday present.
I'm a firm believer in the idea that if you feel the need to look at your significant other's phone, you already know the answer.
You say that you're exhausted, and you should be, because what your girlfriend is doing is completely unacceptable.
But really, there shouldn't be a reason for him to literally “fight” for you.
It’s fair to expect your partner to want the relationship, but what you can’t expect is that he’ll do anything to save it—especially if you’re the one putting your relationship at risk.
I recently found out that my girlfriend has been reading my email.
If I wasn't so angry and disappointed in her, I would be impressed by her snooping skills. I'm not cheating on her, but her last boyfriend did, so she has trust issues. I don't really know what to do to get us back on track.