Our expert says:
Snoopy, it sounds as if you need to sit down with your gf and talk tings through calmly. Is she young, perhaps inexperienced at relationships ? Such needless jealousy often stems from insecurity, and too often brings about exactly the situation the person is dreading.
She surely needs to understand that tis is a special and long-term friend, who literally saved your life, and that a part of this friend is, literally, both physically and emotionaly, a part of you now. And that is not going to change. Your gf needs to know that this is either something she must accept, so you can get on with the rest of your relationship with her, or, if she cannot accept it, she needs to leave the relationship and find another. Such good friends are not to be bartered away because of someone else's insecurities.
If she can't offer you the love, trust and understanding you have been offering her, then she needs to be with someone else, and you need a new gf who is more understanding and mature.
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