And even though this guy has played mind games with me over and over again, saying how he wants to be with me and only me and then flipping out and running the next moment, I would honestly take him back. I think I know the answer really, but I need to hear it from the lordliest of pros.
How can I maintain if/if any dignity in this situation and hit him where it hurts?
How do I get or even maintain my dignity at this point?
I tried the mature thing and apologized with no luck. Knowing a girl is still pining pathetically over him or simply ignoring the situation all together?
Most of us -- no matter how together we are -- could use help with saying nay.
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“When she says, ‘You’re too nice,’ it could mean: ‘I’m not sure that you have ambition.
Whether you’ve just met a guy you like, you’ve been casually dating someone new or you can’t get over your ex, figuring out how to act is anything but easy.
Your Detour To A Stress-Free Life How To Bounce Back Better Of course, knowing when to say is also important.
In a 2012 survey of employers by the job placement firm OI Partners, being a team player -- as in, flexible and helpful -- was the top-valued quality in an employee. A 2011 study found that couples who reported a high level of generosity in their relationship were five times more likely to say their marriage was very happy.
And sometimes just saying yes is the easiest way out (see: placating a demanding mother-in-law). Other research finds that when we do things for other people, our brains light up in areas associated with pleasure and reward.
Given this, it's not always easy to know when a firm is in order. The most obvious sign you're too accommodating: Saying yes makes you feel bad.