I hear all of your worries, but I also hear how she loves you and desires to be with you. they work together and are friends but that does not translate into anything more. I understand how hard it is for you to be away from her and for her to be in the environment that she is in with him but have a little more faith in YOU and your connection to her and remind yourself that she is with you for a reason. You know yourself well and can see how the jealousy and worry may be causing a lot of this for you so keep being loving and open with her and not accusatory...and trust in what you have.
I don't hear that there is anything to worry about...he might just be annoying...:-) this is a new situation for her too and she has to deal with him and whatever work stuff is going on.
If she isn't attentive to you and seems disengaged for a while that would concern me but I don't hear that so as best you can don't let your mind run away and create things that could be.
I think being open with her about this part of you could be helpful for both of you....we all have stuff so don't be upset that this comes up for you. Talk with her, let her know how you love her and your mind runs wild at a time and reassurance from her periodically goes a long way to calm you. for you each time these fears come up practice some self talk and remind yourself of your connection and love for one another. I do believe being open about your feelings can be quite helpful. Hiding it doesn't allow you to work through it together.
You are not being stupid at all! Our emotions run high when we love and care...go easy on yourself and be open with her about what goes on for you. It is all okay.
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Be there and be supportive as she is experiencing it...the same holds true for what I have said above...both of you keep talking and being open about how you feel so that you can both support one another. If her depression at any point seems like she needs professional support then look onto that but if it is mild and she is calmed by you then keep being the loving and open man you are.
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