You May Call Me A Psycho Girlfriend, But I Call It Caring
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You May Call Me A Psycho Girlfriend, But I Call It Caring

Yes, I check his location if he hasn’t texted back in an hour.

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You May Call Me A Psycho Girlfriend, But I Call It Caring
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My boyfriend and I have been dating for almost a year now. To sum it up, he’s the type of guy that butters my bread.

All of us ladies can’t lie; we have this “perfect” man in our brains. My man is about as close to perfection as a human being can get. He’s handsome, funny and always makes me smile. Cliché, I know, but he has my heart!

Just like every couple, we have had our ups and downs. We went from hanging out all the time to dating, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

But with that said, I trust him fully--and I do not trust many people. So I do not do all of this because I’m looking to see if he’s with some hoe or anything. It’s more along the lines of making sure he is OK.


I know it's the excuse all crazy girlfriends use, but I mean it.

When I say I trust him, I mean that he knows I struggle with some things mentally. I never try to drag past experiences into our relationship. If he’s going out to guys' night, he tells me where he will be and the estimated time of when he will return.

Personally, I think this is how it is supposed to be. If you're going out with friends, let your partner know where and when you’ll get back. That way, when you don’t show, they know to start taking action. Because it is not very fun to have your face in your phone texting your partner when it is your friends time.

Yes, I check his location on Snap maps--I do stalk him, sometimes, if he hasn’t texted me back in an hour. But I know he likes to talk, and once he starts....it’s kind of hard for him to stop.

Yes, I do see the last time he was active and when I texted him last, for no particular reason other than to poke at him about it later.

News flash ladies and gents: you don’t have to constantly text your significant other! Shocker, huh?


I’ve never once been worried that he was out cheating or whatever. Most of the time, after an hour or so, he calls begging me to join them in whatever they are doing, from Fortnite to playing intense Cards Against Humanity.

Yes, I read his text messages...the ones he shows me so we can laugh at wrong numbers!

We don’t share our passwords with each other unless it’s Netflix or Hulu. But we do use each other’s phones to scroll through Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, just to see new newsfeeds!

Yes, sometimes we answer each other's phones if the other is asleep. There’s nothing worse then an angry mom blowing up your phone while you're in the middle of a nap!


Every relationship is different, and this has been our thing since we became serious.

Honestly, I think he loves me and all my complaints and late night freakouts, and that makes me love him even more.

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