If you can avoid an FUI, the beginning of a relationship will be a time where you get to know and be known by an entirely unique and surprising person; not someone you make up but rather someone that challenges your version of a perfect mate. It’s a big adjustment and it can be full of frustration and confusion. Once you come to peace with the person in front of you, things only get easier.
You see the differences and they look incompatible at first glance. You either get a clear message that things are compatible or you get a clear message that it’s time to part ways.
Whether or not you choose to stay with him and see this play out a little longer, there IS a reason you attracted this man into your life.
The joy of discovery and the thrill of forming a new relationship are accelerated with the help of bonding hormones like dopamine, adrenaline, and oxytocin.
I’m a funny guy, fairly wise, very goal oriented, and I’m very social.
But the bottom line is, I’m just not very good with “relationships” or dating in general.
He’s a nice gentle guy, but sometimes he can be too easy going, and can't decide what he wants in life.
I’m a bit of a control freak, and I freak out whenever he shows his happy-go-lucky side. -Elizabeth Hi Elizabeth I don’t want you to feel bad or that there’s something wrong with you, your partner, or the relationship because you’re not experiencing the honeymoon period exactly the way it’s been sold to you.
Can you help give me a clue on how to be more successful with the ladies?