I'm apprehensive to date again and put myself out there because guys always end up losing interest.I try to convince myself that we weren't as compatible as I thought, but it is starting to affect the way I see myself, and maybe I'm not that great of a catch.This coach is shaped from painful childhood experiences and critical attitudes we were exposed to early in life as well as feelings our parents had about themselves.While these attitudes can be hurtful, over time, they have become engrained in us.I thought Matt was cute my Sophmore year but I fell hard for him Junior year of high school.I began falling for Matt and I didn’t really have a connection with my ex boyfriend and we never did since we began dating, but with Matt I did.We may steer away from intimacy, because it stirs up old feelings of hurt, loss, anger or rejection. Pat Love said in an interview with Psych Alive, “when you long for something, like love, it becomes associated with pain,” the pain you felt at not having it in the past. We have trouble feeling our own value and believing anyone could really care for us.
I don't feel right meeting my future girlfriend/wife at a bar, a club, or a party because I'm mostly looking for a homebody.
Although it's only been 2 months and a week since my break up and 3 weeks of NC, I feel like I don't ever want to date again.
I know it sounds ridiculous; especially, only being 25 years old, but meeting that special someone feels like it's going to be a grueling process that always ends up becoming a huge waste of time.
I really, really like this guy, Matt and from this day I still do.
I met him at a party on Halloween in 2009 and I didn’t like him at first, but then suddenly I felt this instant connection after after I hugged him goodbye I fell for him since.