or something equally as Freud sounding.
I've been cheated on back in my early 20s. I think the thing that hurt the most was the shock, the shock that he could ever do this to me.
So for about 5 years I dated but refused to be anyone's girlfriend or commit myself in anyway. It may have been more a case of my not thinking enough of these men to want to be exclusive, but a lot of it was that I figured if I didn't expect them to be with just me I wouldn't have to suffer the hurt of being cheated on.
It was a weird time, made even weirder by the fact that two of the men in these casual relationships wanted to marry me, but you get the idea.
So lets say your man goes and sleeps with another woman. Do you think that you would have felt better about it if you had somehow given him permission so you wouldn't be blindsided?
or do you think it would hurt the same either way?
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