Don’t let someone become a priority in your life when you are an option for them..
Stop Making Him Your Priority When You Are Only His Option? When you’re dating someone, it’s not too much to ask to put you and your relationship at the top of your partner’s priority list.
I mean, sure, there are times when things like school, work, health, or family should be at the fore of your partner’s radar, but you still deserve to feel like you’re important.
If you always post pictures on social media of being together but can’t tag it, that’s a red flag. Is he “single” on his profile? When can anyone who sees your profile tell you’re dating them, but there’s no sign of your existence on their page? Is he bad at communicating? Does he rarely show his interest in you in public? Does he ignore you for hours? Not ready to commit?
If you answered yes to the above questions, sorry to tell you, but you are only one option for that. Nothing else.
You are not a priority because he is not trying hard enough. If you’re not a priority, you’ll never come first, you’ll rarely feel special, and you can be sure that your future probably looks more like the inside of a trash can than the inside of a happy home—you’ll never really. will not be satisfied.
You’re contributed, and you’re in for an unpleasant ride… When you have already fallen for them, there is no chance of ever having a healthy relationship with them.
You will start asking yourself, what am I doing wrong? When you put a guy first and lean back to please him, all you have to do is teach him that he can get away with bad behavior. If you’re willing to jump through hoops to cook for him, be great in bed, and keep him from wandering off, there’s really no motivation for him to work harder or put you first.
You might think, “But I’m giving him everything a man needs, but he’s not giving me what I need. How do I fix this?” Sorry girlfriend, it’s too late! You are now officially his facility. When he knows he’s going to get those things anyway, he doesn’t see the need to put in the same effort to please you back.
You’re not going to get the long-term, monogamous, romantic relationship you want. You’ll get a little monogamy – maybe for the week or the weekend. You’ll get a lot of attention when sex is involved, but you won’t hear from him until the next time sex isn’t involved. You are not his priority, and you know that too.
But then you talk to him. He makes you laugh, and he’s charming. He has an excuse for his suspicious behavior and suddenly you seem like a priority in his life. But you’re not, he’s just clutching at you. This is what he will do as long as you allow it. If he really wants to be with you he will, there’s no if, else, or but about it. It really is that easy.
Stop being romantic about a relationship that will never happen, and you shouldn’t justify waiting for it to change eventually.
“Never let anyone be your priority while allowing yourself to be your choice.”
Don’t break your heart trying to play a man’s game; Don’t fall into the trap of convenience. If you want a relationship, you need it, otherwise, men will keep taking you for a test drive until you’re completely out of miles, and then move on with the next one.
Learn from this quote.
You shouldn’t make someone your priority if you don’t have equal importance in his life.
It is time to reevaluate your position in that relationship, the need for more, or to position yourself in a more beneficial relationship. local value on your time, energy, effort, money, and resources; Not everyone around your circle needs to be in your circle.
You, you are a woman and you deserve the world!
You’re worth more than a quick layup and a brief stay; There is someone out there who will love, cherish, respect, and be loyal to you, and you won’t have to share that with anyone. You must believe in your heart that you are worthy of greatness; The way you prove it is to separate yourself from failures.
Instead of allowing someone to treat you like a choice, give your time to someone who treats you like a priority. You are so awesome that you deserve to be with someone who can’t help but prioritize you, not because they have to, but because they want to.
You are worth it!
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