Sounds like you have a good guy and now you are abusing and taking his kindness for weakness. All I'm saying is watch out and don't be too invested into this person if they don't want to deal with their past. I would talk to the new person every day for the most part though.But I knew I had a tendency to emotionally pull away so I had to make a real effort not to. You will feel as though you are the one who is worthless. She wants what she has to offer but is afraid of you, afraid of him, afraid of herself.She has had just two serious romantic relationships in her life.
There never is anything wrong, I just like my space. I KNOW that 5 year marriage did some serious damage on you. I just got out of a relationship with a woman who was seriously abused and to this date has never dealt with it."I got upset, and he tried to talk to me about it, but I wouldn't talk about it," she says."I couldn't say what I wanted to, and he got frustrated." The impact of childhood sexual abuse on adult intimacy varies from person to person, but experts say Haney's relationship troubles are not uncommon.Bruises, scratches, lacerations, jammed fingers or worse (black eyes or a broken nose) are giveaways of physical abuse.Abusers are often strategic enough to inflict these wounds in inconspicuous areas.