Are You Afraid of Getting Hurt in a Relationship? Listen To This.

You’ve had moments where you wanted to give up on love. We all have.You sink your time, energy, and emotion into a guy, only to determine, after a long, tortuous process, that he is not the man you hoped he’d be and not the man you need him to be. You look inside at what you did wrong and come to the conclusion that there’s something wrong with men, something wrong with you, something wrong with your judgment, or something wrong with love itself and that the best thing to do is just stop. Focus on career. Focus on your health. Focus on your home. Focus on travel. Anything to avoid getting hurt like this again. Sound familiar? Stick around to learn why your fear of getting hurt is actually the biggest problem you’re facing.

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  1. 1

    I’m not so afraid of getting hurt – I’m more afraid of hurting “him.”
    My experience is, many guys I’ve dated want to commit before I’m ready. Or, maybe I don’t feel enough of a connection to see the relationship go beyond “friends.” But I don’t want to hurt his feelings.
    I’ve wondered if I’m avoidant – but I don’t think so. I’ve had one life-changing relationship since my divorce, where I experienced incredible intimacy and love. I was heartbroken when it ended, but the experience was definitely worth it. I’d love to feel that again.

  2. 2
    Yet Another Guy


    ” I was heartbroken when it ended, but the experience was definitely worth it. I’d love to feel that again.”

    Do you end this relationship?

  3. 3
    In Hiding

    I felt that once, maybe twice, but I wouldn’t have that guy back, even if I could. Not sure I will experience it when it’s mutual. Every time I think I should dive back in, I just can’t seem to pull the trigger. I’m pretty sure I am an avoidant. The minute I suspect I’m being phased out, I just speed it up. I take myself out of the equation. So far, the pain of being on my own has not been greater than the pain of being with someone.

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