Have you sat there smiling at a girlfriends’ bridal shower only to secretly be thinking, “Why isn’t that me?
I’m now offering coaching packages of 3 or 5 sessions either over the phone or through email.Those three things are present, however, when you are pining after an ex-boyfriend year after year; a man whose interest in you changes as frequently as the weather.I suspect your break-ups took a very long time to stick, with many late night texts, and even a bit of hooking up?If you've hit a long, long rut of boredom, you might just be at the end of the line with this relationship. It means you and your partner are being yourselves, and you are happy together.It's something that naturally happens in a loving relationship. Below are five differences between boredom and comfort.I just feel like “something’s missing.” The guys always seem to be very interested in me and want to keep going out, but I find myself pulling away. I’ve only had two serious relationships in my life and it took me years to get over both of them. A lot of women turn down guys over and over again without really thinking through what it is that turns them on or off about someone.
Could I have commitment issues or just a love of the chase? In many cases, what a woman finds attractive in guy may not necessarily be a quality that is right for her in the long run, but without awareness of this, many females continue to chase the bad boy, or the guy that is good on paper, all the while alluding real love. Based on the information you gave me in your email, here is what I think is going on.I do think you have a fear of commitment as you suspected, and yes, with that comes a love of the chase.It’s not that you have an aversion to good, decent, guys.But heed my warning, if you marry the man who gives you anxiety, you will spend the majority of your marriage repenting your decision.To not know when your husband will call or come home is torture to a wife and mother.Even the ones who look amazing on paper and are really nice looking!