or in my case, the girl who threw up in my mouth the night I lost my virginity in the front seat of my Mom’s GMC Pacer (Read that blog post click here).You can’t keep blaming the salesman who sold you your baggage.
5) You’re a Blame Junkie Never trust the man with the mustache…
Then, as if enlightened, he went on to tell me what he would do to “fix” himself if he was her.
"It's really quite simple," he said as if recounting a simple string theory hypothesis. I know what it’s like to have it all figured out in my head one moment and the next moment stare at an imprint of a steering wheel on my forehead because I fell asleep in the car in the driveway again because I wanted to avoid the ongoing, week-long argument that only seemed to burry the mess of my relationship deeper.
(Keenan, let me know how that easy “fix her up” plan works out for you when you rejoin OKCupid in a few months). So guys, before three more relationships bite the dust, here’s the deal. Since you represent the majority of my dude friendship base, I know there must be a ton of other clueless dudes out there who are currently going down with the ship.
The bottom line is that you’ve got relationship baggage and it has nothing to do with your partner.
What it comes down to is this: You probably feel so emotionally scarred, vulnerable, and hurt that you’re scared to open up to anyone, even when your new partner offers you a supportive “I’ll show you my clit ring, if you show me your Prince Albert,” attitude.