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It is always someone else’s fault he is broke, he is always on the verge of a windfall. Our staff parties were on the same night and we agreed to go to my dinner and then his for the dancing and partying, but we never made it to my party.
In fact the weather had turned really bad, a snow storm, and he said he didn’t want to drive in it so I called and told work I wouldn’t be able to make it.
If all his ex’s are psycho bitches think about this, ” He is attracted to psycho bitches or he turns women into psycho bitches, either way HE has a problem.” 11. DO NOT give up your independence, it starts slowly, he will sabotage your vehicle, get you fired, ask you to quit work or go into business with him.
In his past relationships, at work, even with his family he is always doing all the work, the only one putting in an effort, he is holding the company together or the relationship. Changes jobs many times, gets bored easily, accused of stealing, someone at work is jealous of him and lying about him. Once you lose your job you are dependent on him and it is so much harder to get away. Very early in the relationship he talks in “we” terms, saying things like are “we” going to take the car or the truck (not your car or mine), or let’s go back to “our” place, subtle little things that make you a “couple”.
But we got there and I immediately felt an undercurrent, an elephant in the room that no one was really talking about but every one was walking around.
True love does not fade the longer you date, it grows stronger.
Do not move in because you don’t want to lose him, if he is as sweet as he pretends to be waiting will not be a problem. The biggest number one without fail sign of a narcissist is how they sweep you off your feet at the beginning of the relationship.
It is one thing if a guy introduces you to his friends but it is another thing if he purposely shows you off in ways that it will get back to his ex. Past accomplishments or experiences that are just a little too far-fetched or too good to be true. If you discuss past relationships and he is asked about fidelity he will tearfully admit to having ONE indiscretion, and it was only because his ex was so jealous and was always “falsely” accusing him anyway and he did it and then felt so bad.
A decent person does not purposely hurt their ex and if he expects you to participate in vengeful acts against his ex it is a dead give-away that someday you will find yourself in the same boat. Very forceful sexually and wants sex within the first date or two, barely taking no for an answer. To read his resume or hear about his life it all sounds just a little (or a lot) far-fetched. (Leaving you to believe he will be faithful with YOU as long as you don’t falsely accuse him) Whatever went wrong was not his fault, he was the victim, misunderstood.