My jealous boyfriend wants to keep me indoors always
By Ted Malanda | March 5th 2020
Hi Uncle Ted,
My boyfriend is not convinced I am faithful even though I have absolutely no interest in another man. He wants me to stay in the house always. I have adjusted to this but it’s still not enough. I find him a little strange because in the two years we have been together, he has doubted me over 30 times. I don’t know how his mind operates anymore. Please help. Sharon.
My child, sit up and listen to the words of the Apostle Mark: “Then Jesus asked them, “Would anyone light a lamp and then put it under a basket or under a bed? Of course not! A lamp is placed on a stand, where its light will shine. For everything that is hidden will eventually be brought into the open, and every secret will be brought to light. Anyone with ears to hear should listen and understand.”
What am I saying? Men love to show off their toys. We don’t buy a Jaguar and then hide it in the garage. We rave it. We take it to car wash. We race it on a sunny afternoon. Damn it, we flaunt it! A man who hides his woman in the house is not only jealous and insecure, but most likely has a little worm growing in his head. You know it, so I wonder why you have agreed to be locked up like a grasshopper.
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