Dating insecure guy
She’s making all the decisions in an effort to limit your options.We all want to feel needed by our partners, but we also want some degree of independence. When she’s in a relationship, there is no “you” or “I,” only “we” and “us.” Again, we all cut down on time with our buddies when we’re in a relationship, but hers have completely vanished to the point where you’re wondering if they ever even existed in the first place. She likes all the movies you like, reads all the same books and is content to watch you play video games for four hours.At first, he may be quiet and always ready to give you advice when you need it.But as the months start to roll by, you’d see that the advice would start to turn into sulking commands and manipulative pleas to arm twist you into doing what he wants.
And then, it was the same with my job and with the amount of time I spent in office and how much I spend on shopping. But he always seemed hurt and pained when I went out without him. No matter what I did, unless I had his approval, he was always upset by something or the other. Nothing could ever please him, and he always had a way of pointing flaws in the things I did.
If she finds any porn or — oh, shit — that you’ve visited a dating site (even if it was just a pop-up ad), you are screwed. If you’re doing something without her, she’ll probably “let” you, but you’re going to hear about how she feels left out.
When she reminds you of how lucky you are to have her, she’s really telling you the opposite. She doesn’t feel good about herself, so she’s trying to make you feel the same way, hoping you’ll believe you can’t do any better than her.
At least in all the men I’ve dated, more than half of them were insecure. What’s more surprising is that I’m not the only one who’s had to deal with insecure men.
Almost every woman I know has experienced her share of insecure men.
Insecurity causes people to define themselves by their failures, and she’s going to try to drag you down that road, too.