It has more to do with another person’s unresolved issues, hurts, wounds, fears and past experiences. It speaks more to them not being at a place in their lives where they feel secure and good about themselves.
If you notice incoming calls, texts, emails from names you’ve never heard before, he might be talking to people he doesn’t want you to know about.
You are good enough, babe, you’re perfect. He’s the asshole.
It will teach her to hear “You are enough,” as “but you are still not good enough to satisfy me.”
Hey Robert, I cheated on my first wife about fifteen years ago and I felt horrible about it. But I never let myself feel that. Instead, I decided to blame her for my actions.
He never shows you pictures or videos on his phone, because he’s worried about the texts that might come through while you’re looking.
No matter how hard I try, I cannot change my mind of the belief that a man can never care about me. That a guy can never truly want just me. That a man will be genuine and honest in his intentions, his words, or his actions.
If you’re going to love someone who has been cheated on, do it wholeheartedly, do so with purity. Unpack your baggage in front of them. Let them in. Doing so makes this person feel not only like you trust them, but like they can feel comfortable trusting you and doing the same.
When you cheat what you leave them with is a strength they didn’t even know they had and they know they can overcome anything.
There’s a line here we all flirt with and get close enough but don’t cross.