He talks about the size of his penis… a lot. He asks you to write long-ass messages about how much you love him. Essays are not a good sign. It could be the massive truck.
The result is that many women can easily forget that their guy has soft spots, and thus may be oblivious to all the fear and anxiety that goes along with them, too. Sadly, this common dynamic doesn't foster intimacy, nor the kind of vulnerability a couple needs to get close and build a real relationship. But, perhaps if men and women were to see men as a bit more, shall we say, human, we wouldn't be so surprised to find out about their insecurities. Which, in turn, might even lead us to a new understanding of—and appreciation for—what it means to be manly. Here is what they said and my own take on what I think it all means.
Which means that your insecurities, can actually be drawing insecure men back towards you. This is one-sided and not equal. And for any men reading here, this piece is obviously geared towards women. But understand that much of this works both ways and the roles can actually be reversed. It becomes a feeding frenzy of negativity.
He was an exceptionally great guy who loved me and treated me like a princess. We had the best times together. A few months into the relationship, he thought my friends were a bad influence on me. I felt the same way too and decided to spend less time with my friends.