Women over 35 dating Senior chatrooms in new jersey
Instead, you’re focusing on how YOU feel about it and that YOU don’t like it. You can feel hurt and victimized or you can open your eyes to the bigger picture…and maybe learn something valuable about your guy in the process (maybe some need that he still needs met).Some people have voids inside them and they forever try to fill them – with having other people desire them, with sex, with power, with money, etc.In many cases, the void that people feel is caused by a feeling of separateness – a feeling that we don’t belong and aren’t acceptable.
I give him everything that he needs sexually, emotionally, physically and mentally, but still he flirts with other girls and has sexy conversations with them. You’re making a whole lot of assumptions in your question…When men act out in whatever way they act out, you’ll find what I just described at the heart of the matter: a deep feeling of separateness, insignificance and undesirability.Most guys would never admit to feeling anything like that.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.The fact is, this whole pattern of people projecting a fantasy version of someone onto the actual person is ludicrous.