Of course, I thought I had earned her trust, but then she went out of her way to “prove” that she could also have friendships with other good looking men.
This cycle actually continued until it got to the point where it was too much drama, and too much of a hassle to continue.
Welcome to a world where women will probably screen you for creepy statuses, whether you have any real friends, what you do for work and fun, places you go.
As a male, I also used to get up in arms about situations where the person I am dating, would constantly talk to other men, or male friends, or hang out – but I learned to screen women very quickly to save myself from becoming too invested if things didn’t work out. However, this type of behavior also has very negative effects on a developing relationship with different types of people.compelled to put all your “eggs in one basket”, in fear of getting hurt?This is an “extreme” case – but seeing as I am part of the slightly younger dating pool, this seems to be a common thing among women in their early 20’s and younger…you have to let go of your fears, and dive into the deep end.This means that you may in fact get “hurt” in a failed relationship.