It hurts me every time I do this but I just can’t stop torturing myself.
These are all me. -_-
It may seem that “men are from Mars” and “women are from Venus,” and as a man with many female friends and many women clients, I’m here to share both sides of the conversation.
What a woman may think is proper behavior in dating and relationships, a man might believe is way off-base and a deal breaker.
Here are some of the major ways women sabotage their own relationships. (Oh, and men do this as well.)
Before you read it ask yourself, “How many of these am I doing or have I done?”
1. Overanalyzing Every Word (Or Close To it!)
Typically, a man can say or do something without much thought. On the other hand, women tend to spend hours discussing the nuances in what a man said or did with a girlfriends. They will break down every part of the communication. Was it a…
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It’s so easy for us to give up faith in relationships. Many of us have thought about quitting several times. People will tell you, “When you fall off a horse, you have to get back on.” That’s provided you haven’t concluded that you don’t even want to be on that damn horse. Relationships can be like horses. Some people think they’re beautiful, remarkable, strong and elegant creatures. Others think they’re stinky, stupid, wild and really not all that important to their lives. There’s many ways to view relationships; the key is that we’ve all got to find ourselves in self-examination when relationships fail or don’t work out. Yes, there are many times when it wasn’t our fault, it was their fault. However, there are times that regardless of who’s fault, it’s time to examine why it isn’t working out.
1. You don’t know when to shut up — There comes…
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1. We care a lot (and usually way too much)
Nice girls are used to giving 110 percent to anyone and everyone they care about: their parents, their friends, the homeless man on the street, and their significant others. So, they give a guy their whole heart and expect the same in return. When that doesn’t happen, they are devastated and it drives them crazy to think someone doesn’t reciprocate the complete devotion that they give.
2. We are optimistic and hopeful
We are always expecting the best out of everyone and every situation. So, when we enter a new relationship, we think it will be magical and last forever. We seriously just can’t help it. We just aren’t realistic about really anything. So, when it ends like everyone around us told us it would, we are crushed. Mind, body, and soul. Crushed.
3. We are givers
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Now that the true colors are showing, I dunno if i still want it.
I’m so mad at you right now I don’t even care about you. Words are not enough to describe how much I want to tear you to pieces. You’re the worst person that I ever called friend.
At first think he’s such a nice guy for always considering his friends. He’s so kind for always inviting them to dinner, even when you assume it’s just going to be the two of you. Appreciate him for this because you want to be involved with his friends too…that is, until the table for three becomes the standard for all of your date nights.
Feel fortunate that you have someone who you can count on to call you back. Except for that one night he was with her. Don’t worry, though. She’s his best friend and friends are allowed to get blacked out drunk together to the point where no one really knows what happened. This becomes a milestone in your relationship, marking the one time you’ve called him more than 20 times in an evening to make sure he’s okay. He never fails to call you…
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