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If Your BF Isn't Cool With You Having Guy Friends Like Rob Pattinson Is With Kristen Stewart, Can It Last?

Mon, June 13, 2011 5:23pm EDT by 29 Comments

If your boyfriend is jealous of the time you’re spending with your male friends, is that a bad sign?

Kristen Stewart plays the gorgeous Garrett Hedlund‘s sexually promiscuous wife in the upcoming film On the Road, but the two have developed a completely non-sexual relationship since shooting the flick last year. In fact, the two hang out all the time — and not always under the watchful eye of K-Stew’s boyfriend, Robert Pattinson. Rob trusts Kristen completely, but if your guy doesn’t, should you ditch him?

Kristen, Garrett and a handful of friends spent a night out at The Roxy nightclub in LA over the weekend, and spent most of the night laughing intimately together. “Kristen and Garrett were sitting next to each other laughing” one eyewitness told exclusively. “They definitely seemed connected in some way. They had drinks and stayed at the club until about 2 a.m. They didn’t leave out the front door — in order to try and avoid the paparazzi.”

Now, an average onlooker might have misconstrued their friendship and intimate laughter as flirtation, and reported as such back to Rob (who was having a night out of his own in Toronto). But, like I said, R-Patz trusts his girlfriend. But what if your BF doesn’t?

Having a jealous boyfriend is problematic, especially when you’re a guys girl like Kristen, and happen to have more male friends than female. A jealous boyfriend will always suspect that something has happened between you and your boy buddies because he himself doesn’t understand why you would prefer the company of the opposite sex in a non-sexual way.

If the time you spend with the guys is starting to become an issue, you have two options. You can invite him along so that he can see with his own eyes that there’s nothing untoward occurring, or, if he starts to act like a jerk because of his green-eyed monster, you can kick him to the curb. This isn’t about you choosing between your man or your men — it’s about having a relationship where trust isn’t a problem.


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