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Deal with your boyfriends female friend

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I think my boyfriend has feelings for his girl best friend and vice versa?

I have only been dating my boyfriend for about two weeks and a half now and I am already having problems lol. Basically, he has had this really good female friend for about two years, so way before I came along. He even told me he was going to be honest and he said that he used to have feelings for her. Which that already put me off, not in a jealous way but in a "okay so this'll last a month maybe before he either cheats or it becomes abundantly clear that he is thinking of her when he is with me".. . She posted on her snapchat story "I miss you dumby <3" with a photo of him she has and everyone has told me not to be jealous and that it isn't a bad thing, and I am jealous but it's mostly me just sad because I know that she probably loves him and he probably loves her. I just don't feel like I am the number one in his life, which is reasonable since I have only been in it for a month. (we talked about two weeks before dating). I know I should talk to him about it but I don't want to come off as jealous. I haven't seen him get jealous once and it's just... I don't know if he actually likes me or if he is using me to get over his friend. This is his close best friend that he has had for over two years, and he has shown obvious love for her and she has him. I have tried: I have tried ignoring it. Even stooping so low to try and get him jealous. I think it was caused by: He still likes her and she likes him, maybe something was wrong with him that she didn't want to date him at the time (he's short) but now that I am here she is getting jealous or something and wants to show me he likes her not me

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