I must tell you that you are not entitled to anything. All your other relationships were just normal growing pains of life. Confine your looking to those who are emotionally available: Look for a nice, single guy within a five mile radius.
And I don’t see a pattern here — because really, all relationships have a low chance of long-term success. This is the first time that your breaking the “pattern” and just flat out doing something wrong.
I’ve met many charming men who have been very nice to me.
I had a relationship with one of them for over a year.
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I’m in a relationship with kids and I tend to consider myself as being “in crisis”. I’ve had platonic, friendly, love relationships, in different places.
It makes sense that you dated those men until it was time to break up. Based on how you framed this letter, I assume that this guy is 100 percent married, not out of the house and waiting on his divorce papers. Like Meredith said, you’re not entitled to be with this man simply because your past relationships didn’t pan out.
I understand that there’s attraction on both sides, but that doesn’t justify the behavior. CYBERSPECTRE I love how you pretend you just accidentally wound up in this situation.
Advertisement My guess is that you feel entitled to pursue this man because you believe that your relationship history hasn’t been that great. You have the same problem I did: pursuing folks who were unavailable and relying exclusively on physical attraction.
Chatting, talking on the phone, sending emails and getting to know new people have been very important for me and very rewarding emotionally speaking.
You talk to people more that you would imagine, you confide in them more that you would expect.