You can be sure that almost any woman you've met in your life has had her share of hurt from relationships before meeting you, unresolved issues from the past and are possibly even still reeling from the negative effects of past problems.You wouldn't be far-fetched for thinking this can even include things like sexual and physical abuse.So, you might ask, what does the rescuer do and feel in her relationships?The rescuer focuses on and worries about her partner more than he does about himself.Repeatedly, she finds herself with partners who, at first, seem sweet and have tremendous potential, but before long reveal themselves to be emotionally volatile or unstable, aggressive and controlling, unhappy, or unable to cope with some aspect of their lives.Many of the men rescuers try to save struggle with depression, severe anxiety, or addictions of some sort.A man that becomes unhinged at the slightest jab, that’s not a good sign.
It's unfair to assume that only due to such formulaic behaviour she has emotional baggage but when combined with other red flags, it's often a pretty good sign. The first variety are the kind who are so bottled up about their emotion she makes even you, a man, look like an emotional fool.
The first time you feel that rush of infatuation can be exhilarating.
If that first meeting on Sunday turns into a full-blown declaration of love on Friday, that’s a sign of bigger problems.
She wasn't, however, the sweet, eager-to-please pup that dog lovers cherish.
Pumpkin growled frequently and was distrusting and distant. One of my dogs is a macho Jack Russell Terrier mix and he's a real bruiser.