However, I also struggled with the idea of allowing someone to love me. He’s 30 and prior to me, he had never dated anyone for longer than six weeks. He doesn’t love me my RA; it is one of the things he loves about me.
They might eventually have to live a life where they could be asked to help someone that struggles to button a shirt or possibly more. I met a man nine months ago, introduced by a mutual friend. I could not live through someone else trying to change me. He gets a strong, independent woman that is guaranteed to ask for help.
I also needed to understand what a good guy looked like.
The worry about dating disappeared as I read your book.
And so, to grasp a concept like vulnerability, it may be instructive to look at its complement – namely, invulnerability. Not only is it an unattainable ideal, but it’s actually rather off-putting.
I spent 12 years with a man that couldn’t decide to marry me.