You have fooled a lot of people, including yourself. Ask yourself why and be honest with your partner.
I am a 26 year old male with a stable job, relationship, and life. However, I like the idea of doing something crazy and getting away with it all.
A few months ago, I joined a dating site that used other people’s photos. I get along well with many people, all of which are more interesting than my partner. In the past, when I used my photo on this site, I felt lost because this person’s photo was half omitted. Am I just bad?
I don’t like receiving hundreds of messages from potential candidates at once. I think I’m indebted to not the character I created but to his looks, personality, and personality.
People I talk to a lot, but of course, I can’t meet, otherwise, it’s game over. After a while, I thought I was done and deleted my account, but I still remember. I know these people don’t like me, but I feel trapped in my current relationship. How can we continue or end without discovering the truth?
I feel differently if someone uses the affix three times in a row in a row. There seems to be a disconnect between how you feel. It’s funny when what you have—a job, a life, a relationship—is what you grew up screaming inside to achieve.
Even though you’ve cheated on a lot of people, including your partner, let alone using other people’s photos, it’s not fun at all.
But the biggest cheater is always yourself, don’t you think that’s bad? The image is not good at showing enthusiasm, driving, and bonding. He only shows his face and possibly his body. The real estate agent’s picture doesn’t appreciate what a home is. But be aware that when you hide from others, the words people respond to and the way you interact are all about you.
I asked psychoanalyst Steven Blumenthal, who agreed with the saying that everything has stability, “unstable instability from the outside.” He also says that in his experience, people are “more likely to solve problems with actions than with words.” So if you don’t like it, instead of talking about it, you show it.
“If you lie, you are telling the truth because you are telling the truth about yourself.”
Stephen Blumenthal, psychoanalyst
I don’t know about your partner or how attractive he is, but can you tell him you don’t like this, at least this relationship isn’t for you, so he can find anyone he wants. Are they interesting? Maybe your partner feels the same way about you.
Blumenthal also said, “When you lie, you’re telling the truth because you’re revealing something about yourself. When you say it, you know these people don’t like you because they find something unbearable. bearable.”. Fake other people’s happiness is a way to cover up your confidence. Incognito seems to allow you to create an aspect you wouldn’t normally be allowed to post.
People often lie for material reasons, but Blumenthal believes that “authenticity is your currency.”
Many times people distance themselves from others because they are afraid of intimacy and want to be in control. You can’t approach someone who doesn’t know who you are. Blumenthal also wondered if children could gain empathy simply by “becoming someone they aren’t.”
I wonder if this has something to do with sex life and whether the person who is attracted online is of a different gender than the partner.
Perhaps you can find a more creative and honest way for others. But now you need to talk to your partner. You don’t have to tell them everything – I know it can be difficult – but you don’t like it and they need to know to make a decision. The important question is: what are you doing? Only through identification will you know where to go.