You may be experiencing issues with getting the man you love to commit to you.
It’s frustrating, disheartening and emotionally painful to want more from a man who tells you he’s not ready or he just isn’t sure.
I’m afraid people will decide that given my background (see: pregnant teenager, college dropout) I have no business calling myself an authority on anything.
I’m afraid my oldest son will stay a Mormon, serve a mission, and be brainwashed to hate me.
You’re left wondering what your future holds and you feel as Many women feel the same way you do about this.
They feel torn – should they continue to move forward with a relationship if it’s never going to give them what they want or is leaving him the way to go?
If you love him, leaving him just feels wrong on so many levels.
Let’s face it – if you do that, the foundation of your marriage will be on very shaky ground.I had no less than five snarky emails in my inbox before the damn post hit people’s feed readers. That was very nice of you.) Anyway, somebody else (Chuck Norris? When I got those emails, I was not exactly delighted. I have to hang out, being afraid, and going about my business anyway. I got pregnant at 17 with a man who wasn’t exactly my soul mate. I’m afraid that if we move to the city, I will be happy and Jamie will not.(OK, the exhibitionist part of me was a little bit delighted.) Am I afraid that no-one will come to my blog? That I won’t meet the goals I’ve stated quite publicly to people I don’t like and who will gleefully revel in my failure? I’d love to make this into a handy bulleted list with lots of outgoing link love. I dropped out of college and people told me I would never make anything of myself. I’m afraid I won’t be able to enjoy it because of the guilt.As a bloggers, artists, writers, business owners, we are afraid. Trying to avoid fear, circumvent fear, or remove fear is an act of futility.