He'd dated a few females in-between his marital separation and meeting me, but I sensed it was too soon for him to attach.
My voiced concerns about the wisdom of our timing, were always met with on my days off.
It's incredible that this man appears so completely without guile, he almost instantly puts you at ease and inspires your trust. As this courtship picks up speed, you feel lucky to have found such a considerate, thoughtful, loving man~ but as you begin trusting that his pronouncements of love are Casanova makes sure you know how grateful he is to have finally found you, because you're "like no other woman" he's ever known.
These were the right men at the right time, and we enjoyed mutual admiration and respect.
Whenever I met someone who felt a bit 'off' to me, I declined a second date.
It's not been my intent to neglect or overlook gay or bi-sexual males here, but in my work with borderline males and those trying to recover from loving them, the bulk of this text applies, regardless of sexual or gender preference.
Borderline Personality Disorder in men is harder to recognize than in women, because their seductions are usually emotional, rather than sexual.