Our expert says:
Actual actions would have to be taken seriously, but with "a occasional smile" - is there really enough to be worth allowing yourself to be bothered by ? Talk with your fiancee, mentioning that it upsets you when she does this sort of thing, and how does he feel about it. The real question for you to consider is this, though - if you love him so much, and you know he loves you dearly, and you trust him - why does it matter what she does ?
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