Unfortunately, your guy isn’t the one who wrote me this letter.So I’m going to give you some advice on how you can see yourself a little more clearly.Now, to be fair, it’s extremely easy to see flaws in other people when you have them yourself. Continue to communicate this way for the rest of your life, otherwise, you will have a hard time no matter who your boyfriend might be. You’re suppose to hang out and be “friends” and share the nasty, but not get emotionally involved or feel any attachment….complicated! Maybe the OP should try finding a F*** buddy instead?It’s why I’m a dating coach for smart, strong, successful women and I can speak, as a peer, to women who are often as equally busy, opinionated, critical and difficult as I am. The thing is that you’re only seeing what he’s doing wrong, but you have no idea what you’re doing wrong. Community Q&A Even if a break-up was inevitable and you're sure you are better off, it's commonplace to wonder how they've been doing, what they've been up to, and most importantly, whether they still miss you or they've moved on.Post break-up jealousy is sometimes an even bigger issue than the feelings you ultimately had during the relationship.I’ve continued to date other people as I don’t know what I really want right now.
I’ve been in a friends-with-benefits situation for about 3 months.
Meaning, it’s easy to blame your guy for getting jealous of your other dates, but why should he have to hear about your other dates?
As long as you’re not a couple, you both have the right to do whatever you want. Being exclusive sexually doesn’t mean very much if you’re still actively looking for other men.
You can be the most beautiful woman on earth, and still feel unloved.
But when a woman is truly feminine, she tends to never ever be short of men in her life if she’s single, or if she’s taken, she may find it hard to fight off her man’s adoring, admiring affections even if she wanted to.
Take for example the large number of famous women who have committed suicide or died of some sort of drug overdose.