Problem with younger women dating much older guys
Try to keep your ego out of your relationships as much as possible. As time works its magic, the best thing you can do is stay as busy as possible.Your relationship status should never determine your worth as a person. Immerse yourself in work, spend time with friends, check out a cool new bar or museum, try out a new exercise class.And if he ever does come sashaying back, i will let him know how i felt and he can stay only if he is 100% on board…he will have to prove it. I have been dating someone for one month maybe 6 dates. We have been talking each single day of this month but he is so busy during the week because of the job and we don’t text so much during the week, but at least we arrange dates, ask about other’s days and he says me good night/morning. I am getting therapy now and i want the day to come when he doesnt consume my thoughts. I hadn’t been in the dating life since me and my Childrens father stopped talking (which is for 2yrs).During the last 2-3 days I have kept the conversations a little bit cold since he only texts me to say good night and then says I am going to sleep (this only during this week). I kept it cold again and said I have plans for Saturday. I said just: I would love to…:) Then he dissapeared on Sunday. Im committed to moving on but think about him everyday. I’d admit now I had trust issues, I didn’t want to let him in and now I know why.
This will eat away at your self-esteem and will repel any new potential suitors that might come along.
I have felt the beginnings of self doubt and sadness; and even anger.
But i stop them from becoming full blown by reminding myself that if his reason for disappearing is because of his unwillingness to support me when i’m going through a stressful time, do i really want that kind of relationship?
If he was the right guy for you…well he would be with you!
He wouldn’t have come up with a list of reasons to never see or speak to you again, and proceed to never see or speak to you again.