Saying sorry isn’t easy for some people to do because of their stubborn pride or ego. They may be very uncomfortable showing any vulnerability whatsoever. This needs to be adhered to! It is not a form of weakness to admit when you might be wrong about something or that you may have over-reacted towards your partner.
If you don’t have some boundaries, a few of your own expectations, and respect for yourself, you may end up being in an unhealthy and lopsided situation. This doesn’t work long term and will end up being the demise of your relationship if you let continue.
Regardless of why she is sending these very mixed signals, it’s not a good thing to go into a lopsided situation if you want different things. You have to both be on the same page for things to work or it’s not going to end well.
If you are not ready to at least have “the talk” after two years, then keeping her on hold is what is making her feel insecure. She is not seeing any changes within your relationship and doesn’t want to continue on without the acknowledgment that you are there for the long hall.
Originally posted on Tessa C. Ryan:
Dear You, First of all, I don’t believe in perfection. If you do, then you’re not the one. Secondly,…
Filling your thoughts with regrets will keep you stuck and repeating the wrong patterns. Appreciating the people you have loved along the way is a good thing and allows you to continue to grow to reach a higher place where you are meant to be.