Dating an emotionally damaged girl Devildawg cam4
Sympathizing with the wounded little dog in the You Tube clip is a loving, commendable and natural reaction.
But in the end, it’s only passive entertainment (we play no role ourselves in promoting his recovery).
Steve helped co-write the Get The Guy book and is a wealth of knowledge on dating and relationships. It might just be a sort of lost quality in the way she speaks about the past.
(Photo: Deborah Freeman) She brings up her ex on a first date. She sighs a lot and has a pained puppy-dog look in her eyes when she talks about past relationships.
A more likely response from a guy who sees this kind of attitude is “I’m really glad we’re not ordering dessert”.
As Carl Rogers says: Really hearing someone […] is like listening to the music of the spheres, because beyond the immediate message of the person, no matter what that might be, there is the universal.
She has that forlorn quality of Cate Blanchett in Benjamin Button, the ballerina who broke her leg and can no longer dance on stage.
She talks about her dreams as though they lie at the bottom of a well never to be seen from again. It’s those subtle ways that a certain kind of woman communicates to a man “I’m a fallen fairy who needs to be nursed back to health again”, with the subtext being “and I hope it’s going to be you who will do it”.
Hidden in all of the personal communications which I really hear there seem to be orderly psychological laws, aspects of the same order we find in the universe as a whole.
This is article #31 to be published on the Get The Guy blog from my brother Stephen.
But the ‘Broken Woman’ is someone who takes vulnerability to an uncomfortable level.