- he calls you back when you hang up on him
- he always wants to know whats wrong with you. (why you're sad, upset, mad, etc.)
- he tells you he loves you!
- he doesn't just call you "sexy" or say you have a hot ass or nice rack or good body, a guy who really loves you will call you beautiful gorgeous pretty, etc.
- he doesn't let anyone hurt you physically or emotionally
- he takes things slow
- he tells you he misses you
- he says what he likes about you
- he's honest & doesn't cheat
- he's not afraid to stand up for you
- there's so many more, just cant think of them.
In my veiw point there is no way to get over them. There will always be that one place in your heart for them even if you don't want there to be. If they are with someone new, that one place on your heart that is dedicated to them will some how break. but sooner in your life you will come to realize that he is there for you no matter what. you can still be friends but you will still have that pain from the love you once shared and the love he now shares with that other person. Yea.... this is a tough thing, since personally i have to get over something very hard myself, its very hard to cope with, to make a long story short, shes the most beautiful, kindest, nicest girl i know, shes perfect for me, shes the one, but she has a boyfriend, there will be NO way to get over it, and it hurts like hell, and its annoying, you hate it and it frustrates you, but you just have to face it, and try to find someone else, although in my case its impossible as shes perfect for me, perfect...and it hurts so bad, my advice is try not to see her/him so much, and try to fall in love with someone else, getting over someone is the hardest thing to do, believe me
They'll just scare off men that they are incompatible with anyway. Personally I love dynamic women. Women who are independent and strong are hugely attractive to me. Though I do feel that most men are threatened if a women is funnier, smarter, more successful than he is. Dynamic women scare and threaten men who are not as confident or secure with who they are. You are a threat to them and possibly are a reminder of their own short comings and their lacking of effort or abilities.
Dynamic women are no threat to a man who knows who he is and where he is going. For a healthy man, it's attractive, not a threat. It's even seen as being sexy to an emotionally healthy man. yes. yes they do.
The problem is men like to dominate. If they meet someone more dynamic or more than a dumb broad it scares them.Not me though I enjoy dynamic women it keeps the relationship fun.
A good love relationship is trust in each other and confidence. If he flirts with your friends or other girls then you have good reason to be concerned, but if he doesn't and is attentive to you then you have the issue of trust within not only him, but within yourself. Without it you have no relationship. Time to talk to your boyfriend and communicate those fears you have. If he has given you good reason for you to worry then kick this guy to the curb. Good luck Marcy
West Virginia Code §49-7-27. Emancipation. A child over the age of sixteen may petition a court to be declared emancipated. The parents or custodians shall be made respondents and, in addition to personal service thereon, there shall be publication as a Class II legal advertisement in compliance with the provisions of article three, chapter fifty-nine of this code. Upon a showing that such child can provide for his physical and financial well-being and has the ability to make decisions for himself, the court may for good cause shown declare the child emancipated. The child shall thereafter have full capacity to contract in his own right and the parents or custodians shall have no right to the custody and control of such child or duty to provide the child with care and financial support. A child over the age of sixteen years who marries shall be emancipated by operation of law. An emancipated child shall have all of the privileges, rights and duties of an adult, including the right of contract, except that such child shall remain a child as defined for the purposes of articles five and five-a of this chapter.