I bond to you and then you disappear, ultimately breaking my heart. Back in the day before the internet when people met via a fix up by friends, no one would have even thought to disappear like they do today.
You don’t answer my calls or texts and I am so confused and concerned. Their reputation was at stake and they didn’t want to face the judgment of their friends. “I think we aren’t a match.” You’d have closure, maybe some tears but you’d have known why the relationship was ending.
It will give you the resources to help heal your heart, and if you do the work, help you move forward so that you can look at the future with hope and excitement."“It wad the most helpful thing I did to work through my last breakup AND some major baggage from my past that I didn't even know I was still carrying around!
With intentional, faithful work, we can own our past so it has less power over us and see how God can bring so much good out of our past mess.Again, the reason is because they are not committed to the relationship. At this point, he feels like you are not hearing him so instead of going through the drama of a breakup again he just disappears.Really listen to what men are saying to you because men mean what they say. mostly because we are people pleasers and we think things are changeable.You bond so fast from the intimacy that you don’t have a chance to really see who someone is until it’s too late.
Usually he’ll say something like, “we are having so much fun, let’s see where it goes.” And you agree to it because you’re bonding through sex and he’s fun and you think he is too.
Do you think it is possible for women over 60 to meet men who want to make a commitment?