Is there a way I can naturally pique his curiosity? Or did it really take a year to dawn upon you that you are pretty much a stranger to your own boyfriend – and that he primarily likes you because you’re pretty and patient?Maybe I’m a little egocentric, but that shit wouldn’t fly with me.It seems like a match made in heaven and I’m crazy about the guy. And I just can’t tell if it should be a deal-breaker or not.My concern is that he never asks me questions about who I am.I love the fact that my wife wants to know everything about me – stories of crazy ex-girlfriends, old family photo albums, dusty old screenplays sitting in the back of my closet.
For a month they show me which guys have shown interest in my profile.
And even if I’m not as interested in her past as she is in mine, I can still name all of her family members, friends, exes, and co-workers.
Yeah, between us, there aren’t many silences in the Katz household. If you can live with this, because he’s a kind, loyal person with a solid job and strong values, I wouldn’t judge you.
I’ve asked him why he doesn’t have a curiosity about the experiences that have made me who I am or the dreams I have for my life, and his response has been “You tell me everything I need to know, why do I need to ask? Some tough subjects just don’t come up over the dinner table.
He has acknowledged my concern, but nothing has changed and I know I can’t make him change; but I thought by now we’d be closer emotionally because of the intimate things we know about each other that no one else does (or very few). ” The crazy thing is – as you’ve already acknowledged when you said your boyfriend is “sensitive, attractive, affectionate, and attentive,” these types of folks aren’t “bad” people.
She began our session began by handing me the cards and instructing me to split them once or twice.