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chick1
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Hey there i have kind of a quick question. My boyfriend just started doing drivers ed, and he told me that there is this girl thats flirting with him. i'm just afraid he'll flirt back... like i'm not there with him, so i'm afraid he'll do something. And i'll never find out either because no one that i know is in the same class with him.

I don't know if i should even be worried :\ please help!

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twentysix
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one of the most important elements in a relationship is communication. since he's told you about the girl, i wouldn't suspect him of flirting back because he doesn't seem to be hiding anything. i suggest you tell him your concern and see what he has to say about the whole thing. [Smile]
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DarkChild717
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Flirting isn't all bad. I tend to flirt with guys, or rather, what I do can be interpreted as flirting. I assure you that I am completely committed to my partner.

On the flip side, my partner is totally open with his flirting. Oddly enough, women tend to flirt with him while I'm present. He's also been known to get items removed from his tab while at resturants. Again, he's committed to me, so I have no issue with it.

Remember, communication is essential. But so is trust.

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