When you’re in a good relationship, you’re not worried about small things, or heck, even the medium-sized things turning into icebergs that send your romance plummeting downwards into its watery grave. But sometimes, even in a good relationship, you find yourself on shaky ground. Being open about things your self-conscious about can be scary, especially when you really like someone. Then there’s the chance your partner isn’t as tolerant as he or she should be, or that the dynamic you’ve established limits you both from opening up, completely.
If you find out that your man is cheating on you, what will you do? Have you ever thought about it? Well, it happens to a lot of couples, and there are plenty of reasons why this happens. First of all, a man cheats on his wife when he doesn’t feel emotionally connected to her. Right, because men are more emotional than women (yes they are) and when they feel insecure or that their wife does not appreciate them, then they seek for it to another lover. Men sometimes need to be treated like children: they need love, support, hugs, they need someone to guide them.
Plenty of women agree that a husband-to-be should find you, instead of the other way around. Those ladies are happy to sit back and let a man assume control of her romantic destiny. Totally fine, but also just one way of going about things. A “laissez-faire” approach, if you will. If this is you, stop now. You won’t enjoy what you’re about to read. Because of that, you won’t learn anything. You’re just wasting your time. And you really shouldn’t. Time is too valuable. You’ve been warned.
He’s perfect for you… but he has an excuse every time you invite him to meet your friends and family. She’s everything you’ve ever wanted in a partner… but she’s hyper-critical of all the decisions you make.
It’s easy to disregard your reservations when you’ve found someone who seems perfect for you on paper. But trusting your instincts at the beginning of a relationship could save you a tremendous amount of hurt down the road.