He’s obviously worried that she may cheat on him with one of these other male “friends” and he wonders how he should handle the situation.My comments are (in bold brackets like this) in the body of his e-mail: Hi Corey, I read what you said about what to do about your girlfriend having male-friends and I really liked the article, but I have a question.When it comes to breakups, women are simply smarter and more prepared to deal with it than most men are.

We’ve been taught that dating means “exclusivity” and marriage means “monogamy.” The thought of dating other men when you’re already in a relationship feels wrong and foreign to most women.

It’s black and white – you’re either dating or you’re exclusive.

Women know it’s much easier to get over a breakup if you have someone new lined up.) So my question is what should I do to not be so paranoid that something is going to happen with her and her male-friends? All you can do is be her best option by being the best man you can be.

When you say you’ve been to hell and back, I assume that means you’ve made a lot of mistakes that have turned her off which led to a breakup.

If you’re dating or in a relationship with a man who hasn’t yet fully committed to you, then you should keep dating other men.

By doing so, you’ll feel that you have choices and you won’t invest all your time and energy into a man who isn’t sure yet what kind of future he wants with you.

She has told me that she loves my laugh and always laughs when I laugh, she has told me on many accounts that she thinks I'm cute and adorable.

But how do I tell if I'm doing better than the other guy.

I’ve been in a serious relationship for about 2 years now.

We’ve been through hell and back, but at one point in time we didn’t talk to the opposite sex for a good while until we broke up and then got back together. She went right into talking on the phone to guys and texting them.

You should read my book to fill in your knowledge gaps.