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11-14-2011 @ 4:05PM
@laudickjWe don't really know the entire circumstances, because all we have is Bobby's perspective. We do know that the unnamed girlfriend *and her parents* are okay with the situation, and she's assured him that everything is fine. I suspect that the real problem is not that she has a friend, but that the situation is making him feel insecure and he doesn't know how to handle it.If my friend had played WoW, we may have been in touch all the time. (Probably not, because I use WoW to wind down after spending all day with people, and not to socialize.) But since I didn't feel "that way" about my friend, and she didn't feel "that way" about me, it would have never occurred to me that her boyfriend might have felt jealous or threatened.Could I be wrong? Absolutely. But the details we do have suggest otherwise.
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