jixu said:One day Thina and Lizzy were down at Gino's Bar and Grill enjoying their weekly meet-up luncheon that they both always looked so forward to. Thina was gorgeous, smart, athletic, refined, and very considerate of others; she was currently dating a fine young man of many good qualities who was also 23 years old, the same as Thina and Lizzy. Lizzy was also attractive and was very good at listening and had more than once provided Thina with a timely nugget of wisdom. After having had finished their sandwiches and settling into their desserts, Lizzy, who had noticed Thina had been a little on edge during their meet-up, looked at Thina and said, "okay, out with it. What is on your mind? Something is on your mind." Thina meekly replied, "oh, it is nothing." If there was one thing Lizzy knew, it was that Thina's "nothing' was always a "something." Lizzy wasn't buying the snow job this time. "Look, Thina, either you tell me what is going on or I will grab the rest of your dessert and finish it myself and stick you with the bill. Quit messing around".
Realizing she was trapped, Thina whispered, " I have a confession. I have to get something off my chest." Lizzy's ears perked up as she leaned in just in time to hear the following:
"Relationship that I have with my guy is wonderful. He is the best person I've ever met. There hasn't been a single argument since we got together (11 months). The only thing that started bothering me few months ago as I started to care more is that he gave his body to a few girls before me (I don't know the number I don't ask him about his sexual past) but I can guess that there is at least 1. He's also 23 and he's only the third guy I've slept with. I know the past doesn't matter on logical level, but I get these negative emotions and I have unwanted scenarios of him with other girls in my head. Sometimes I can notice that these thoughts are not bothering me and that I don't give a fuck about them, I know I'm the best he's ever had, but most of the time I feel really sad about them. I really love him and don't want to leave him, because he's perfect. But at the same time I feel this resentment."
At this point Lizzy noted that Thina had not asked a question or sought advice. Not knowing what to say, Lizzy simply asked, "is that it?"
Nodding and looking down, Thina simply replied, "that is it."