Divorced christian women dating
You say that you give him everything he needs sexually, emotionally, physically and mentally. you’re basically saying that you’re his perfect dream girl.
and the moment you start bluffing about how much you’re willing to tolerate, he knows you’ll tolerate just about anything. Because if you’re afraid enough to lie about your limits, then it’s pretty likely that you don’t actually have limits you’re willing to enforce. Fear that this guy is the one true love of their life.
But I can’t think of a time where the insecurity of one partner inspired a change in the other partner.
Especially when the insecure partner isn’t willing to walk away regardless of whether or not they get what they want.
I mean, all of his sexual needs are completely met by you, right? And all of his emotional needs are met by you, so it can’t be that he enjoys the ego boost of feeling desired by a woman…
My point in all this is that if you believe that you’re meeting all his needs, you will be blind to areas where the relationship needs to grow.
And now, a little over a year into the relationship you’re disappointed that he’s still the same guy… People do this all the time, but it doesn’t make it right or sane.