Straight man dating a lesbian mandating water
A lesbian who wants to find love in her geographical area will inevitably date the ex of an ex, or an ex's best friend, or someone who dated an ex's roommate for three years.If you can't have an honest, vulnerable convo with your date, then do you really want to mingle DNA, finances, and credit scores with them?
The thing is, we all acknowledge that we are never going to measure up to an arbitrary social standard imposed by a world that doesn't care if we're happy. They want you to engage with them, respect them, make them laugh, and share their joys and sorrows. They want someone with hopes, quirks, flaws, and goals, just like them. Incidentally, they make lousy partners and tend to be bad in bed. If you want to attract a kind, like-minded woman, cultivate interests.
After all, as long as everyone's been basically good and fair to everyone else, you all have a lot in common. It probably looks pretty tedious to people outside of the relationship.
It also gives you a chance to suss out the other person's comfort with money, employment situation and tendency to mooch. Time to overcome the trauma, shake hands, and be cordial. Both parties have feelings and both parties need to be heard, even if the issue at hand is eco-friendly toilet paper verses the comfortable stuff.
HE is not sure he wants to be a woman, but knows what he would do if he was one ,first his personality and interests would be the same, and second he could lighten up and be himself , third he would be a lesbian.
He has a strong desire to please women, paticuarly the ones he is most emotionally attracted to.What do I do to feel good about myself in the interim? And BTW, I am going to therapy, exercising, journaling, trying to practice good self care, etc… You’re articulating your internal experience and working to take care of yourself and navigate this as healthily as you can, so you’re doing great.