Added: Vika Wafford - Date: 28.11.2021 19:28 - Views: 22472 - Clicks: 8085
I have recently formed a relationship with a man who I believe I love. We met about a year ago, and have been extremely close friends. I was going through a particularly hard time, and he was there for me and understood. He seemed like the only person who did. We are so similar and it felt so right. When we finally got together I was over the moon, and just could not believe it. We have been together for six months now, but although I thought we had feelings for each other, all he seems to talk about is sex.
I try to ask him how he feels about me, but he laughs it off as a joke and does not take that side of things seriously. I don't mind talking about sex but how can I get him to explain how he feels about me without pushing him away? Well, I hope you realise that men and women generally do have rather different ideas about sex. Many men not all think and talk about sex all the time. However, it's clear that this guy isn't all that interested in romance — or maybe in commitment.
Well, you say that this man was 'there for you' and 'understood' when you were going through a bad time. So he is obviously capable of sensitivity and of talking about feelings. Now, this relationship has become sexual. He's clearly very happy Married just wants to talk that, and likes talking about sex. So far all this sounds entirely normal. Or maybe he only says this when he's in bed with you - just before or after he climaxes.
This is just my interpretation of what you're saying, so I may be wrong. Whatever the details are exactly, you doubtless now feel that because you are together and having sex, he should be talking in a more romantic way. Well, many men, despite the fact that they can be good, sensitive friends are shy of discussing their own feelings in a romantic situation. And he may be one of those. He may, on the other hand, be someone who - aware that you've had bad times in the past - does not want to make promises or use flowery language if he's not sure that this is going to be a permanent relationship.
My best advice to you is not to rush this. It sounds like you are trying to feel great about yourself through having this relationship. My suggestion is that you work hard on feeling great about yourself for you - so that you'll feel pleased to be you and confident in yourself whether you're in a relationship of not. Why not have a six-month campaign to build your own self-esteem and confidence? I suggest you do the self-esteem test and then follow the suggestions at the end of it which are tailored to your score.
When you feel more together in yourself, your man may well feel more relaxed in your company and able to express his love. If he is not, your own confidence will help you to decide whether what he can offer is enough for you, or whether you need to look elsewhere. Am I a woman with a hang-up about sex? Am I being selfish after all he has done for me? Am I clutching at straws? Are all the changes in my life getting me down? Can you help me with my relationship? Could his violent behaviour have been caused by diabetes? Could I have a phobia about men? Guests are taking over our home.
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