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Hello everyone,

I been going out with Simon for two years and we are to move in together maybe this end of the year.
Lately, his friends been bugging me. One of his "bestfriend" lives with him. Everytime, i went to see him that friend of his is there. I only see my b/f once or twice a week and i dont like it when his friend is around. I want to be alone together so we can do whatever without someone being there listening to us. It makes me very uncomfortable but he doesn't think so. He thinks that I dont want him having friends. Another problem we faced was, whenever i needed to see him urgently, he said he's with a friend and it would be rude to leave. We seemed to not understand each other points. On monday, went to see him and we went out for couple of hours and then when we returned home, guess what his friend is there. I was really angry and drove off. i Shouldn't have done that but I donno what else to do. Please help so i can talk to him and resolve this quickly. Thank you

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I used to feel that way to one of my boyfriends roomates, especially when they lived in the dorms and there was no where we could go to be alone. But then I thought, is it really fair to ask someone to leave their home just so we can have alone time? After all, the friend/roomate lives there too.

If you think the amount of time he spends with his friends is truly inappropriate, you need to talk to him and tell him what you expect. You seem to disagree on the roles you have in each others lives, and the best way to work that out is to tell each other your honest expectations.

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