Dating someone who has trust issues Dating limburg
But we do listen to everything those close to us say.
Because we’ve learned it’s hard to trust others, we listen intently to what you’re saying, at times looking for reasons to keep our guard up.
However, despite having learned from our bad experience, it’s in our nature to fall for anyone who treats us well from the get-go.
Of course, this leads to conflicting feelings of whether or not we can trust the person we’re currently interested in.
If you notice us being quiet during a date, we just want to get to know you before opening up about ourselves. Like I said, we’re afraid to let others in, especially if we see ourselves falling for them easily.
Along with being rather quiet, we might be hesitant to text or call you after a date, and probably come off as being distant. We understand we’re sending mixed signals by being mysteriously distant, but we have to look out for ourselves before we pay attention to social dating conventions.
When dating someone with a guarded heart, understand they would rather spend a quiet night on the couch with you than out with a group of friends.
Since it’s incredibly hard for us to trust anyone, we don’t dive into relationships head first.
When we let you in, you’ll find the relationship to become much more smooth, and for us to be much more open with our feelings.
It’s how that one friend of yours who plans most of the activities is able to get everyone to the same place at the same time.
Non-verbal communication is key to being effective as well.
Just like how we fall easily but don’t want to, we often move too fast when we want to take it slow.
This may have been part of our problem in the past: we fell in love too quickly, moved too fast emotionally and physically, and ended up absolutely heartbroken when the relationship came to an abrupt end.