long story short- my SO has a lot of friends that are girls, i've known that since day one. we've been together over a year now, and there's an old friend from his traveling abroad days (a girl) that he's mentioned here and there. all of a sudden they've been talking much more- well it's mostly through email.
now here's the thing- i know for a fact it was never physical in the past, and he's even shown me a few emails- totally platonic. i might be going to miami to visit my parents who are about to move there in a couple months. after that was mentioned, he mentioned he may go visit this friend- since she got laid off and would finally have time to hang out (she lives almost across the country, we're in cali).
at first i thought, no way- him go visit a woman? then i realized, it's fine and i trust him (plus she's recently divorced with 2 children and has her hands full, it would be nice for him to visit and be a good friend). BUT all of a sudden i AM jealous b/c i know that they are real close- and always have meaningful conversations, the kind about life and everything- the ones i wish we had more of. so the idea of him going away and talking with her into all hours of the night, something i wish we still did (and used to do before our lives became too busy) makes me somewhat jealous. and the fact that now they email almost daily- and it used to be maybe monthly- also is just somewhat irritating, even though it's on a friendship level.
ugh, so is this normal?? i mean i do trust him, so how do i get over this?? and do you think i should be worried? any advice is great, thanks :D
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