If you’re reading this, you’re interested in dating. You’ve done it, you’re doing it, you’d like to do it, or you need to teach somebody else how to do it. Don’t worry. You’re not alone. In our society, dating has become something of an obsession. It is expected to be a universal phenomenon. It’s just something you do if you’re single and of age (and that age is quickly dropping) in America. It is considered the natural precursor to marriage, and is generally considered something to be desired, whatever form it might take. I really don’t know. Again just based off of my opinion there would just be a clash of faiths when marrying someone from a different religion. A Muslim woman marrying a non-Muslim Male may have difficulties keeping and following her religion. Her husband may want her to eventually convert to his faith, or would want her not to pray, or to stop wearing the headscarf and to serve and pork and alcohol. It’d just be a messy situation for the most part which in general is why most of the time interfaith marriages don’t work out.
Although sociopaths can be hard to spot, there are some common traits that they share. First of all, this person may seem very charming and sweet when you first meet them. They may also be unusually intelligent, and can be interesting to talk to. Unfortunately this charm is only surface deep. Underneath is something far less pleasant. They are excellent at controlling other people in order to achieve their own goals. They do not see their victims as individuals with rights of their own. Instead they see others as tools to be used in order to get what they want.
I have been looking for support myself, as I have a narcissist in my life. I have an adult son who is married to a narcissist and although I am not in this relationship with her, I have to keep doing a self-check, because the hardest thing is know that your child is the victim of a narcissist and not being able to do anything about it, but wait till they realize what they are dealing with. One thing I have noticed is she is draining the life out of him, and his self-esteem is just non-existent, worst is she has isolated him, which of course is part of the maniputlation. It would be a blessing to help someone who is looking for the support, i would love to keep you reminded that it isn’t you, and if at all possible find someone close that you trust, that you can chat with physically to encourage you you have self-worth.
With the advent of social media, online dating, and texting, dating has become more complex than ever. As someone who is familiar with the complexity and nuances of dating in the modern world, I can help guide you through the confusion and help you learn about yourself and grow in the process.
but he hasn’t contacted me either. This is really strange of him. I told him I’m done fighting for him, and competing with alcohol for his attention, he need to figure out what he wants, and if that’s escapism then let me go but if it’s me and reality then he’s going to have to fight for me because I’m exhausted.
We must open up at our own pace. In so doing, we are respecting our parameters and sense of privacy-and this is as it should be. A secure partner will respect your need to share your life stories at your own pace. In fact, no one really has to reveal anything that isn’t relevant to the current situation. On the other hand, excessive secrecy in any individual is a red flag.