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Investing your time in guys who don’t follow through after a first date.

Wasting months on men who don’t want anything more than a casual relationship.

While your friends see that your relationship is unhealthy, and your rational mind does too, you just can’t seem to get out. “Doing favors for others and treating them well, leads us to value and love them…They do all of the “doing”.

You know deep down inside that the person is not right for you, but make justifications and excuses over and over again. They are the ones waiting on their partner, doing good deeds, buying gifts, etc. So, they are not at all in love or committed.” Before you engage in another act of love, ask yourself what your true intention is.

Once you find him, you will knowjust take it easy dont rush things up..

if you like him or he lik you just take it calm and be just friends if things go right you can now go out..

While it’s not impossible, it is much harder for women to separate the two.

This is why basic questions like, “ are so natural for us to ask BEFORE we get physically intimate. Which is why you may be inviting men into your life who are “attracted” to you but not interested in developing a relationship beyond sex.

Smart, beautiful, incredible individuals – who give 110% to a man who in return, are only half-vested, part-time, and approach the relationship with a “me”, not “we” mentality. You invest more – only to find yourself more disappointed, depleted and feeling insignificant with each attempt to create/repair the connection. Jeremy Nicholson calls the principle of “sunk costs”.

We have to learn to say no to guys that are emotionally unavailable and unable to give us a committed and healthy relationship.

We are worth of so much more and need to make ourselves aware of this.

Perhaps you had an unstable male figure in your life as a child, or your first relationship was one that left you hurt and wounded.

It is possible that you are choosing relationships that repeat the unavailability, rejection or abandonment issues that were familiar in your earliest relationship with the opposite sex.