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I Like a Guy Who Is In a Relationship

I Like a Guy Who Is In a Relationship – 3 Relationship Experts Share Their Best Tips + Insights

It’s sad and unfortunate to like a guy who is already in another relationship but as they say, it is what it is. This guy is off limits and the sooner you come to terms with that the more likely you are to avoid a catastrophic mistake that will have a very negative impact on many lives including yours.

It’s interesting that how, as soon as we feel a strong attraction, we can easily forget the moral and ethical codes that would usually guide our decision making. You know that interfering in someone else’s relationship is wrong. But your emotional and physical attraction somehow overrides your rational thinking, possibly allowing you to engage in behavior that you would otherwise never consider.

So how to you get beyond this?

How To Know If a Guy Really Likes You or Is Just Using You

How To Know If a Guy Really Likes You or Is Just Using You – 4 Relationship Experts Reveal Exactly How To Find Out

If you answer ‘no’ to the following questions, he’s probably just using you:

Does he bring you around his friends, coworkers, or family members?

If so, how does he treat you? If he really does like you, he’d make sure to engage with you while around important people in his life, as well as attempt to incorporate you in the conversation so you can get to know these people.

My Boyfriend is Ignoring Me What Should I Do To Handle This

My Boyfriend is Ignoring Me – What Should I Do To Handle This? – 5 Relationship Experts Share Their Best Tips + Insights

Communicate, Communicate, communicate; if most couples did this one thing they would not be in my office.

Men, and most people for that matter, do not understand subtle hints. My guess is that attention equals your love language and helping him to understand your love language is important in maintaining your relationship (Chapman, 2013).

Be clear and direct about what you need from him to feel valued.

What Makes Men Emotionally Attached

What Makes Men Emotionally Attached – 3 Relationship Experts Reveal Exactly What Makes Men Feel Good Emotionally

In order for a man to become attached in an emotional way to a woman, he needs to feel empowered to be his best self, when around her. He needs to know that he’s “enough” and that he is appreciated and honored.

How do we inspire that kind of knowingness and empowerment in a man?

Well, for one thing, we need to actually LET him be The Guy, by giving him opportunities to be the Provider / Protector that he is designed to be.

The more Feminine a woman is being, the more space there is for him to truly BE the man.

How To Ask Him About His Past Relationships

How To Ask Him About His Past Relationships – 4 Relationship Experts Share Their Best Tips + Insights

Information about past relationships is a delicate and maybe, one could even say controversial topic.

I think it’s a topic that should be brought up when a relationship seems to be getting serious. There is value in having information about past relationships because as we all know, the past is a pretty good predictor of the future.

It might be a bad sign if your partner is secretive about past relationships.

Why Men Pull Away

Why Men Pull Away and What You Can Do About it

Understanding why men pull away is complicated because no two situations are the same, but if you give yourself the chance to tune into your intuition with intention—you can navigate what to do if he is withdrawing

Oftentimes, our subconscious deep-rooted beliefs show themselves with how we navigate these inconsistencies in relationships. It is natural to feel unsure about what to do if he is pulling away.

That being said, you deserve the clarity that reflection brings

The more you reflect and act with intention, the more you will align your behaviors with your values.

When He Says He Needs Time To Think About the Relationship

When He Says He Needs Time To Think About the Relationship – 3 Relationship Experts Share Their Best Tips + Insights

This is never a great time in the relationship. After all, if things were great, you would not need a break.

There are many reasons why this would be the case. He could fear being happy or having a relationship or simply wants to be with other people or wants to decide if you guys are a good fit.

What you need to do is define how you feel about the time. Do you agree, are you worried he will be with other people, or that you will lose him or what? What is your gut saying about his request?

Many times, woman want to make the guy into someone they are not. What does your gut say? Not your heart or hormones. Your gut…that’s right ladies, your gut.

Is He Losing Interest Or Just Comfortable

Is He Losing Interest Or Just Comfortable? 6 Experts Reveal Exactly How To Distinguish Between the Two

Both men and women often approach a new relationship on their best behavior

During the courtship, a man will work to earn your trust and love hoping that you will see him as worthy of a being in a relationship with you. He puts his best out there to show you that he is a “good catch.” He will shower you with attention and dote on you during his courtship of you.

Then the relationship moves to the next phase and the honeymoon is over so to speak. He stops doing the things he did when you were dating and slowly changes the way he engages with you. You are worried he is losing interest and want to know how he feels about you. You wonder if his behavior reflects a loss of interest or that he is getting comfortable with you.

He Is Not Ready For a Relationship But Likes Me

He Is Not Ready For a Relationship But Likes Me – 7 Relationship Experts Reveal Exactly What To Do

As a therapist, one of the more recurrent relationship obstacles I notice is a difference in wants. In dating and relationships, a woman may spend time with a man who is not ready for a committed, monogamous relationship, but communicates his enjoyment of her company. However, a woman may be ready for a committed relationship and signal a readiness for more commitment.

The obstacle comes when two people who enjoy each other’s company are not on the same page or even in the same book. She wants a commitment. He likes her but does not want a commitment.

In the case in which two people have separate visions for a time together, the following are power tips for relational success:

Do I Like Him Or Am I Just Lonely

Do I Like Him Or Am I Just Lonely? – 7 Experts Reveal Exactly How To Distinguish Between the Two

The quality of our relationships has a direct impact on our mental health and well-being.

You have noticed this if you have ever been in an unhealthy relationship of any kind and found that it has changed how you view yourself. When single people come into my office and speak about their dates I pay close attention to their body language. Often, people will make outrageous attempts to find something redeemable about a really bad date. This can be out of desperation, loneliness, or poor self-image.

Chances are as with anything, if you are asking yourself the question: “do I really like this person or am I just lonely?” there is a reason.

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