Putting your trust someone is essentially you making yourself more vulnerable, and a lot of people have trouble with that. I’ve been burned pretty badly in the past, by both close friends and romantic partners, and it has caused me to be extremely cautious about who I trust now. But when you meet someone who you really like, you to trust them…it’s just that there’s always this nagging voice in the back of your head asking if this is really a good idea.From what you wrote, it doesn’t sound like he’s getting bored with you or that anything is wrong or a warning sign.I think he just doesn’t know that it feels that way for you.Trust is one of the most important parts of a relationship – without it, it’s really difficult for things to actually work.But that doesn’t mean that it’s easy to develop complete trust in a person. it’s really freakin’ hard, especially if you’ve been hurt and/or betrayed in the past.
A guy who is there for you - who will help you when you need help, no matter what - also deeply cares about you.
"Brad hasn’t met Angie’s man, doesn’t want to meet him, and considers him an interloper in his family." Though she’s attempting to reboot her love life, the Oscar-winning actress did open up about the hardships of ending her more-than-a-decade-long relationship with her hubby, who she wed in 2014.
"It's been a difficult few months," Angelina said to the .
It's a natural emotion, but make sure you're not letting it affect how you deal with this new GF.
You shouldn't be rude to her or make snarky comments to your friends at lunch.