Dating selfish person

More and more studies show that selfless behaviour is a sexually attractive trait when choosing a partner.

Both men and women – but more so women – show a strong preference in a partner who typically displays selflessness towards others.

Wondering why your date’s version of give and take has a lot more take than give (which leaves you making up the difference)?

Maybe you need to assess how you show up in your relationship, and whether you are looking out for yourself enough. → Last weekend David ended up going to the restaurant Sarah wanted to go to, even though she had picked where they would eat the last several times they went out.

The dynamic of one partner always giving and the other always taking is common.

When requests are made for the takers to give up some part of themselves, they usually decline or flee, at once feeling alarmed and afraid.

Accept that the self-centered person might never consider your needs first.

As much as this friend or lover means to you, know that they have no regard for others’ feelings or welfare.

May be you have an ex who you still have very strong feelings for but you just can’t bring yourself to go back into the relationship because you feel your ex is self – centered and you just can’t get out of your mind those times he/she acted selfishly -in or out of the bedroom?On the other hand, maybe you are just dating a selfish person. In fact, David can’t remember ever going to that Thai place he’s been dying to try, even though he’s mentioned it a few times.→ On Sunday, Maeve had one thing she had to get done, no matter what.What is the psychology that underlines this fear and what can you do about this?Selfish lovers often suffer from feeling inadequate.

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