See, it's all about and your trust issues, in the same manner as it's all about your partner and their trust issues. gay men) but, unfortunately, we don't handle trust issues any better than the rest of the human population. )But in our defense, and defense of gays and lesbians everywhere, we've been conditioned not to trust.
From the first moment we swished our hips a little too much when we walked or got caught playing with in the mud while still wearing our Mary Janes and Sunday dress, we've learned to keep our defenses up and not trust anyone who might find out our "secret."But, we all have trust issues, and if you say you don't then I don't trust you!
Dating a man who has trust issues can be a challenge.
Women aren't the only one with trust issues, and men aren't the only ones who cheat on their partners.
Among teens with dating experience, 76% say they have never dated someone they first met online, but one-in-four (24%) have dated or hooked up with someone they initially encountered online. Many teens in our focus groups described flirting with a crush by liking their photos or posting a comment on their social media profile. Once upon a time, some early human screwed up and gave some other early human a reason to distrust.And from that seed blossomed "trust issues." Around the globe, in bedrooms, boardrooms, and even on playgrounds, we've become a society built on trust issues.It could be that you're fearful your partner is cheating because you're the considering an affair (or might already be involved physically or emotionally with someone else).You may not even realize it's causing wicked scripts of "Cheater is as cheater does," to play out in the fabulous stage play that is your real life.