"You can tell how dangerous a person is by the way they hold their anger inside themselves quietly."

marlenemorenoo:
This is actually an answer to your last question but I feel like if she asked YOU to be her boyfriend, she wouldn't be talking to other guys, and she told you she wasn't talking to those guys on the same level as you, you should trust her. Insecurity sucks sometimes and I know how much it must suck to feel like you're not the only one but you have to have trust in your significant other, and if you can't trust her, then either try to build it or move on.

True to an extent lol.. It’s easy for someone to say that who isn’t in the situation. You might have been in a situation very similar but not theirs. Just because you ask someone questions doesn’t mean you’re insecure, it means you care. You don’t move on just because you don’t know something, you simply ask, talk, get to know how certain things like that work. If you don’t ask, it means you don’t care or it just doesn’t bother you. If you get asked and you take it as your significant other being insecure, you shouldn’t be in a relationship because that’s foolish.

Anonymous:
Ok so she asked me to be her bf and I gladly accepted. So I asked her does she talk to other guys and she told me yes but not on that level. Do you think I should be worried because I'm like falling in love with her and I don't wanna be hurt. Do you think I should leave the situation and let her be free ??

I don’t think you should leave it alone because it’ll probably never leave your head. There’s nothing wrong with asking about “the level”, just shows you care. See how you feel about it and go from there.. Communication now prevents future collisions

Anonymous:
Can I ask you for some advice ?

Yes, of course

"If you can just stop loving her then you never really loved her at all. Love doesn’t work that way. If you ever truly love someone, then it never goes away. It can become something else. There are all different sorts of love. It can even become hate—a thin line and all that—and, really, hate is just another kind of caring."

Blakney Francis, Someone I Used to Know (via sadgirl1017)