As a life coach in my spare time, I have dealt with men who have spent thousands on these programs, ebooks, courses, and still have nothing to show for it.And not only that, it has created unrealistic expectations when it comes to women.compelled to put all your “eggs in one basket”, in fear of getting hurt?This is an “extreme” case – but seeing as I am part of the slightly younger dating pool, this seems to be a common thing among women in their early 20’s and younger…I believe it all comes down to learning how to be a lot more open with each other, and being more trusting of our partners.
It sounds like a dramatic way to put things, but it’s true.
It stresses ourselves, as well as our partners (or potential partners), particularly in early phases of a relationship.
However, it’s not limited to just the early phases of a relationship – this can become a problem even throughout a developing or established relationship. Social media has completely changed the way we think about relationships, love, friendship, and We all know that relationships take time and effort to develop, but…One problem I have faced with several women over the years, is the never-ending dilemma of male-female friendships (and jealousy that can ensure), which can go a bit too far at times.
It’s a lot more complicated than it sounds, but insecurity seems to be at an all time high from both men and women.
As a male, I also used to get up in arms about situations where the person I am dating, would constantly talk to other men, or male friends, or hang out – but I learned to screen women very quickly to save myself from becoming too invested if things didn’t work out. However, this type of behavior also has very negative effects on a developing relationship with different types of people.