I want a life partner, but whenever I meet or interact with someone I feel that he is incapable of understanding me. As a result it has become difficult for me to get into a relationship. Where could I be going wrong as I really want to get out of this state of mind??
Last Updated: 27/01/2019 at 06:51PM
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Jan 26th, 2019 04:11PM
Hello! I see that you have an issue and you are aware of it. But for me to help you out with this, I will need to you to speak about this in more detail with me so as to help you out in a better way. Book an appointment with me and we can together figure out a solution.
Jan 27th, 2019 06:51PM
Glenn Cajetan Nunes
We all want a relationship where we are understood, nutured, cared for, supported, loved, etc. by the other. A relationship is about two people, it's about 'mutual' sharing, giving, caring, supporting etc. There is an element of risk, finding the right partner is not easy - we need to spend time to get to know the other as much as possible, before we commit... However, in the real world, in a relationship - there are times we need to express (loving, gently and firmly) what we need; (not silently "expect" the other to understand). It's about being assertive, being caring, being fair, being reasonable, etc. I agree with Anam - it would be better to speak to a counsellor and address your individual concerns, a general answer may not suffice...