How to deal with dating
But then, all of a sudden, they vanish into thin air and stop responding to your messages.
It can feel frustrating, heartbreaking, rage-inducing and confusing all at once.
You might find yourself having to deal with a crazy ex, having to support a partner with a mental illness, or living a life steeped in recovery from an addiction.
You may need to meet children, ex-spouses, talk to people who are partners of people with certain conditions, in order to get a deeper understanding of what lies ahead of you.
He’s going to smell a disharmonious vibe wafting off you: you say you’re fine but your energy screams, “Do you love me or not, and why don’t you show it more?!
Putting the man in front of your feelings and needs may seem like the right thing to do at the beginning of a relationship (hey, don’t we all have irrational fears that aren’t attractive? Just because you don’t want to feel insecure, needy, uncomfortable and scared, doesn’t mean that you aren’t feeling that way.
And chances are—if you feel these feelings in your budding relationship, he can sense them.
But the most important thing to remember is it’s not a reflection of you, and is linked to that person’s own bulls**t.
There could be so many reasons why someone decides not to pursue a relationship.