I've been with my boyfriend for about seven months now. Things are going great, except for two little things. 1. He was a bartender for two years between high school and college (he's 4 years older than I, by the way; he's 25 and I'm 21), and I think it's a widely-known/accepted fact that it's easy for bartenders to 'get some'. Sometimes he tells me about his bartending days, and more specifically about the numerous girls he slept with and the things they did to/with him, and that makes me uncomfortable. OK, I lied. It makes me effing mad . And not to mention bloody inadequate. 2. His last serious girlfriend of about 2 years or so cheated on him last year, and they broke up in the summer, a few months before we started dating. He says they've ceased talking to each other, but I just discovered that he still has something like 15,000 photos of her/them in his computer. OK, I lied too. Probably like 450 photos :evil:. And bear in mind that I've gotten rid of every single photo of my own ex. Am I being too sensitive/rigid/insecure? I don't want to tell him that his talking about his past 'conquests' drives me nuts, and I don't want to tell him that I don't really like him having that many photos of his ex in his computer (first of all he doesn't know that I know, because I happened to spot the folder when he opened his Windows Explorer). But I can't get the uneasiness to go away. Isn't it so that if you don't want to be reminded of something, you'll get rid of everything that reminds you of it? Or is it just me?