So i need some advice on an issue. It's a long story so i'll try to shorten it up some: I have a friend whom i've been friends with for a few years. We've never had any issues. I shared an apt with her for a few months. When she got a man, he would use a key to come into the apt, even when she wasn't home. He also was always over there, which made me feel confined to my room. i never said anything, just prepared to move out. So they break up, he basically played her and she was left broke. i looked out for her even after she treated me some type of way when she finally got her a man. She sent me a text apologizing for her behavior. Fast forward to the present. I have a platonic male friend (strictly platonic, we've never even so much as discussed us dating) whom she's having a sexual relationship with. I was his friend before her and i became friends. So he comes over to hang with me one morning. She flipped out. She has an issue with me hanging with my friend in person. I apologized to her if she felt some type of way, but i got to thinking about it. Why am i apologizing because of your insecurity? If i've never done anything to make you distrust me. I had no part in hooking the two of them up so i don't care what they do, i just don't want to be in the middle of it. To make this more complicated, he cheated on my cousin with my friend (the one who's sleeping with now) and the two girls are cool. I think the reason she's so skeptical of me is because she got involved with him in a funny way and she thinks it'll possibly happen with me. I really really want to go off on her and tell her that just because she fell for it and dropped her panties easily doesn't mean i'll do the same. But i'm sure we would probably get in a fight if i said that
. So i've just decided that i need to let her go on her own and work out her trust issues with herself. What would you do?