Because you love them too much???

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I don't know you, so I can only speak from my own experience. I know I tend to be attracted (sexually and as friends) to people who are hyperintelligent, charismatic, charming, mysterious, fun, and totally narcissistic. These people tend to have a lot of friends because they like to be admired, but they also need a best friend/girlfriend who adores them constantly, and they'll use all their charm and pay special attention to hook you - just to get a companion. I'm yet to figure out how much they ACTUALLY care, but the point is, once the 'romance' is over, and you try to assert yourself a bit and call them out on their less endearing behaviour, they are no longer interested, because you're not giving them what they need anymore. SO, my point is, sometimes people seem to have very compatible personality types, but because our personalities and emotional needs change over time, the perfect match can turn into a perfect nightmare. I don't know if this helps you at all, but I gave it a shot :)

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Have you tried handcuffs?

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What were the expectations for the relationships? How long did they last? How serious were they? Was there any mention made of commitment? What were you looking for in the relationship? How fast did you want things to move with them?<br />
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What, if any, issues did you have with the guys that left? Were the breakups actually *good* for you in the long-run?<br />
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IIf what you had was not what ou wanted it to be, for whatever reason, it's best not to be in that relationship.<br />
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There may be some valid reason, but the only way to find out is to talk to him, in a non-accusatory way, and see how he responds.<br />
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Good luck!

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