If you are currently dating a guy who has a history with an unfaithful partner, you are dealing with someone who may have some serious trust issues.
That alone is kind of hard to work around— he is easily wary about dating women because of his experience. He’ll be full of insecurities and he may show you some behavior that may be hard for you to understand. A man with trust issues breeds insecurities, jealousy, and paranoia.
But if you truly like him and hope that things will work out between the two of you, then you have to do things that will make trust a non-issue. If you reversed the situation, what would you want the man you are dating to do in order to make you feel secure with him?
And if he lets you in, it’s just going to be totally worth it because he’ll only break down his walls for someone worthy of his trust.
A man who had an unfaithful partner will tend to have a deflated ego.
These similarities make me think it is wise for women to ask four questions before dating a divorced man.
Every year my church hosted a singles retreat in Destin, Florida on Labor Day weekend.
It was the first year I went, and even though it was for singles, I was dating someone at the time, a man previously married. My boyfriend and I spent time together, but we weren’t inseparable like you might think.
At the time this annoyed me, and I wondered if he was as into me as I hoped.
Women aren’t the only ones with trust issues and men aren’t the only ones who cheat on their partners. The only difference is the reaction of the two sexes when it comes to being cheated on.
The majority of men are willing to look past an affair committed against them and some even want to save their relationship. Most women can’t look past being cheated upon and an affair is a sure reason for them to end their relationship.
Needless to say, this created a heated conversation of why he didn’t invite me to come along with him.