Dating girls with emotional baggage
I mean, a guy with whom you are totally compatible, a guy with whom you share so many interests, a guy who can listen to you ranting at 3 AM can be nothing less than perfection.He is the epitome of patience, charm, kindness, care and helpfulness. But as soon as you both start getting a little close, the insecurities, fears and baggage of the guy surface.That hot pink Samsonite number with the stickers on it looks intriguing. It provides a glimpse into your feelings about your personal history.Wonder who owns that cardboard box held together with duct tape and string? And those feelings are what we psychologists are getting at when we talk about your proverbial baggage.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. A part of me wants to run away, but part of me wants to give her a chance. Financial troubles she can get herself out of in time. How much more do you think you'd be hurting her if you rejected her because of it? She seems to have a good heart, and seems like a good person. She recently just got out of a 3 year relationship. Not to mention she's got financial issues that add to her depression and baggage. When she's up, she spontaneous and fun and it's great, when she's down things get awkward.
Guys with emotional baggage are nothing but TROUBLE!Those were my issues and because I liked him enough, I didn't want to weigh him down.I wanted him to get to like and know the best part of me.I'm not telling you to stay with her and tough it out... I would go to great lengths to emphasize NOT to stay with her, if you can't accept her as an entire package.I'm sure there is someone out there who can and will.
I'm torn because I like her and I want to help her, but I also don't want to expose myself and end up hurt, or just end up being used as some kinda rebound shoulder to cry on guy. Quality in a sucessful relationship, would be if the partner was more interested in where you two as a couple were heading into the future, rather than being so wrapped up in what she had to go through in her past.