He snooped my Facebook page (yes, this grown man), interrogated me about childhood guy friends, and even questioned my ‘feelings’ when I didn’t respond back to his calls in what he considered a reasonable amount of time.According to him, I didn’t show that I cared enough and every guy besides him was the person I really wanted to be with.Looking back on it, it wasn’t about my relationship with her – it was about the relationship I had with myself.It was a hit to my self-image and ego and I got sucked into to chasing that part of myself I felt I had lost…If you are a boy, then expect that you will attract only girls.However, if you are a man (independent, knows your worth and value, has a strong moral compass, is considerate and an able communicator and doesn’t let insecurity dominate your psyche), then you should be dating a woman. When displeased, upset or angry, she reacts just as she did as a child when she didn’t get her way with her parents.Honestly I didn’t think any relationship, past or future, could get any worse than that until a few months ago when I dated an insecure man. He was intelligent, ambitious, and had a promising career that paid him extremely well.
This post refers to one’s maturity and most points would also apply if you switch the genders as well.
The fact was, at that time I identified with my relationship.
The way that the girl treated me meant something about me (in my mind).
You’ll also more than likely get a few compliments in return.
Over-complimenting can take away the meaning of your compliments.