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Think of all the things you could be doing in life that you are wasting on a relationship. Women are so totally brainwashed to think they are nothing without some dude around to validate them, their minds completely turn to mush. The author of this piece is no exception. My issue is that I don't see myself looking and "hunting " for Mr. I feel as if I am not capable of being just friends with a guy for a longer period of time because we start to build feelings and emotion and then things get serious and we start dating.
But something with each guy I have been with is that I can picture myself with that guy for the rest of my life. They have the traits that I have always dreamed of sense I was a little girl. There is a part of me that wants to be able to be single and just me. And have time to figure out who I am without being involved with someone else constantly. But at the same time I get the worst feeling in my gut that I need someone. I feel like if I don't have that someone to be there for me every time I need the smallest thing I feel alone.
And like I have nobody. I feel depressed. I know I don't have depression and I feel like people tend to throw that feeling around a lot but the feeling that I get hurts me. It physically hurts me even tho nobody has done anything actually physical to me. I even get this feeling when my boyfriend now for 5 months leaves for a week for work. Although I have not had this feeling with any other guy and I have dated a man in the Navy.
And we only got to see each other for two weeks in a month. And It's not at all that I have trust issues.
It's just that I freak out when I don't have him physically near me. I feel like this makes me seem a little crazy or over protective and maybe selfish. But is this not normal? Do I need the sense of someone else that wants to be with me just to feel normal and safe and happy?
Go into that feeling you get. Try to feel it and observe what is it without judging it, see if it reveals something: a memory, an image, a word, someone from your childhood. I would say no, it is not exactly "normal" or better yet, not beneficial for you to feel that pain or anguish when someone is not physically there.
You are your own person, and just because you're not attached, it doesn't mean you don't have anyone. Try to figure out why you go into the extremes, what is the underlying thought, the programming, and the fear resulting from those fears.
There's a lot to discover within ourselves without anyone around us distracting us or telling us how to live. If you can do Jane's program, that would be a great start. It seems like your body is asking you to access your subconscious.
I don't know what's wrong with me. I was abused when I was little. All my life iv had abusive partners. Who one tried to kill me but I still go back. When we split up for hundreds time and blames me for everything. Smashing up my place I still have to talk to other men as I hate being on my own I'm going to talking therapy who's a man but I don't think his helping me as I'm selling my house where I don't want to go.
But can't afford to live there. My boyfriend left me for good now he drank and it's all my fault he says. But he wanted to stay in my house until I moved then finish with me.
Iv had panic attacks. My back has distingrating discs in my spine and my legs giv wayoff work for 12 weeks but I cannot cope. On my own. And what if there isn't anything wrong with you, Linda? What if you've only been with all the wrong people who put all their own problems and issues on you because you had learned to take it and make it your own?
When we can't see what we need to, emotional pain shows up. When that isn't enough for us to see what we need to see, physical pain that can't be ignored, shows up. What if being on your own was ok? What if you were stronger than you realize? There are so many thing to consider here, Linda, but the most important is that you slow down enough to look at what you need most, what you need to do to get there and take this all one step at a time. You can do this.
You are that strong. And you get to choose where you go from here. I don't think we need someone to complete us, but I do believe we're not meant to be alone. We're community, social, tribal creatures. I for one am looking for my partner, my buddy who will walk along with me. It's not that I need him to validate me, my existence or my value. I manage my life perfectly and am comfortable in it the way it is with me being in control of everything because I'm the only one I'm concerned about.
Having been single for most of my life, it is also my comfort zone. I can't shake the feeling that life is just so much more interesting with someone to journey with. And there's a reason you can't shake it, May, it's in you, it's a part of you, it's the missing piece to someone else's missing piece. Not because you have to have someone else, not because you need to, but because you WANT to. When we accept that, I Need A Man, instead of excusing our lives away because we feel we should have been that pot or need to be that pot to be seen, that's half the battle.
But even that statement, it's not really a battle because we're the only ones fighting ourselves. No one else really cares whether we're a lid or a pot or a salad bowl or whatever else we are, but it's when we give off the vibe that says we're not I Need A Man in all our glory i.
Without that, we're our own beautiful unique selves and they don't know the difference. This is how women wind up going from man to man to man to marriage to marriage to marriage. It is complete socialization that treats women like they are subhuman if they are not in a relationship or defined by a relationship.
As a year-old never-married woman, I have utterly no use for whiners who think they haven't "chosen" to be single. Of course you chose it; you just don't want to come to terms with it.
Just think of things you could be doing in life instead of whining that there isn't some entitled dude around to make you feel "whole. You don't need to cook and clean for a man to show him your "love" which turns out you will be doing the dreaded "second shift" if you are stupid enough to marry him.
You don't need a dude around to watch a sunset with or to eat out or to go to a movie. I outgrew all that nonsense by the time I was thirty. I suggest women start growing up and actually developing themselves instead of whining they don't have a dude around when life gets just a little bit "hard. I was emotionally neglected by my parents from the day I was born and my parents emotionally neglected each other.
When I grew up and made friends I was a bit overpowering as I wanted the connection so much. I lost early friends because of this. I then leant to control my emotions to keep friendships but this also meant that I lacked the level of connection I wanted with them. I don't have family now and I didn't have children and I feel I am not connected to anything. Ironically my best friends now are my ex boyfriends because I had that emotional connection to them in the past. I thought I had found my soul mate in my last partner as we had a deep emotional and physical connection.
It made me so whole, grounded, happy, allowed me the space to relax, thrive and enjoy my own company when I wasn't with him. The second half of the relationship wasn't so good as he withdrew his physical love and affection.
I found myself yearning and asking him for it which I hated as I have never begged for it before. It reminded me of my childhood. It was all too much for him to be able to continue to make an effort and to show love and affection and I couldn't stay with him without it so I ended it. Now I feel alone and disconnected from everything.
I have been doing yoga and running which helps ease the anxiety but I just can't relax and enjoy my own company. I feel like my childhood experience is ruining any chances of future happiness and that it has left me with detachment issues. I just want to be able to relax and be happy in my own company and not to always yearn for love and affection from a man. I know how this feeling hurts. Now I am experiencing this type of relationship, Also I think it comes from my childhood trauma.
But anyway we have to continue to live. Try to see your beautiful sides. Try to socialize, to make friends. There is something wrong with you if you do, and it is a direct result of years of socialization and brainwashing by a woman-hating culture. It starts with parents who don't expect I Need A Man daughters to amount to anything except to catch a man and pop kids out.
The culture says women are basically subhuman and defined solely as a relationship to others. The vile traditional "homemaker" role is a perfect example of I Need A Man women are denigrated. Men are not defined as "husbands and fathers" and certainly aren't told to make those relationships a "career.
They have no brains to do anything else in this world. The author of this piece basically has absorbed the years of socialization and brainwashing that it is so wonderful to have some dude validate your existence and hardly has any useful advice for women who think they have failed in life if they haven't snared a man. My advice is stop whining about not having a man and start living. You will be amazed as you go through life what a total waste of time it is to pursue a relationship.
After all, you could I Need A Man doing productive things. You are a sitting duck for a con man or an abuser with a comment like that.
For one thing, you are not entitled to a relationship, and for another, you don't need a relationship to have a happy life. I am an 49 year old, grew up with no dad, n my mom was verbal abusive to me!
Called me stupid all my childhood life! Got married at 19, stayed married for 27 years, but loss my 21 year old, Son n marriage didn't survive that plus other things! But now, I feel like I need man! I go out n have sex, n they never call me back, unless it's a booty call! I hate myself for being like this! Please be polite. It's OK to disagree with someone's ideas, but personal attacks, insults, threats, hate speech, advocating violence and other violations can result in a ban.
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