Giving him space dating
You do things, say things, behave in certain ways that are trying to bring you two closer together.
But instead of growing the relationship, often times you end up pushing your partner away. Because deep down, humans subconsciously know that relationships and chemistry happen over time. To make matters worse, when you try to ‘give your partner space’, it ends up backfiring because you’re only giving him or her space with the hopes that they’ll just come back and want you again. So with that said, the question becomes how you correctly give space to your partner.
I refused to look at myself and see what I could change about me that would make it work.
I used to think differently when I was younger: I had a big ego, I was always trying to be better than everybody else, life was about success or failure.Being aware of this mistake, and avoiding it in the future, is a major part of finding success in your relationship. The reality is that, like most people, I was using BPD as an excuse for my failing relationship.So grab the report because it’s super important (and 100% free). My first few relationships were with women that I fell head over heels with. Instead of taking a good, hard look at myself, it was way easier to just blame my partner and her BPD as the reason for the failure.Because of this poor mindset, I always dated women that were equally as toxic as I was.But of course I didn’t see it that way at the time. Because I was living with these mindsets and trying to play ‘the game’ the same way as everybody else was, I was never really successful at getting the women I really wanted.