@Munia and SSC, Thanks for your posts. He tells something that happens (some movie is good) at office. The next question I would ask is who told him. If he tells a woman's name, I would fight asking him why he speaks such things to an office colleague. So nowadays, he stays silent. Working with women is not a problem. But his habit of helping others at office work and getting closer/discussing movie or good restaurants with them is irritating me. Also, going out with them for lunch also hurts me. I don't know how many of you all are working here. Is it ok for you to go out with your colleague (male) for lunch? Most of the time he won't be in his seat, his chat status would be idle. If i ask, he would say i was in a discussion. So , it shows he will be helping someone at work. He asks me to keep the car with me after dropping him at office and pick him back in the evening (so I can go out and meet people). I am scared whether he will go out with someone for lunch if he doesn't turn up home for lunch. I am afraid whether he will get more close with those women by going out with them. These thoughts kill me. To top it, he doesn't talk anything or say any loving word. Once he went to office on a saturday saying his manager is also coming to work. Actually, the previous day a lady called from office to clarify some doubts on a project. I prevented him from helping her over phone. So he lied to me and went to office to help her with the project. I found from his phone history that his manager had called him that day and didn't come to office. So after that, whatever he says sounds like a lie to me whether it is true or not. So I am feeling worse. Is it normal to feel this way? I have been conservative and I have gone out only for team lunches at work. But I have not gone with one colleague or two colleagues (male colleagues) out for lunch nor I had discussed about movie and stuff with them.