Dating emotionally immature women
Everything they don’t have is because someone took it from them.They just can’t see how their actions are the cause of anything bad in their life. Everyone is trying intentionally to keep them back and holding from them what they want.For a relationship to work, a soul connection must go both ways.Even if the intuitive bond you feel is authentic, it can remain unrealized. They are married or in a relationship with someone else. They have one foot on the gas pedal, one foot on the brake. They are emotionally distant, shut down, or can’t deal with conflict. They’re mainly interested in sex, not relating emotionally or spiritually. They are practicing alcoholics, sex addicts, or substance abusers. They prefer long distance relationships, emails, texting, or don’t introduce you to their friends and family. They are elusive, sneaky, frequently working or tired, and may disappear for periods. They are seductive with you but make empty promises — their behavior and words don’t match. They’re narcissistic, only consider themselves, not your needs. They throw you emotional crumbs or enticing hints of their potential to be loving, then withdraw.
Perhaps the person can’t or won’t reciprocate or is simply oblivious, a frustrating irony you must accept. It’s tricky: we tend to show our best selves in the honeymoon stage of a romance.
Hear this: Not everyone you feel a connection with, no matter how mind-blowing, is your soul mate.
You can fall for someone who is totally wrong for you, as unfair and confounding as that reality can be.
Someone emotionally immature has an inability to ever see themselves as responsible for anything they do or anything in their life.
Anything that goes wrong is because of someone else.