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A floppy relationship triangle exists when the man in question is at the apex of that triangle and the two women are represented by the other two points.Each woman is connected to the man but they are not usually connected to each other. The gamut can run from two women who have known one another in the past, even possibly friends, to total strangers who are now connected to each other only by being attached in some way to the same man.I've only been in love about three times: with my first boyfriend, my ex-husband, and with a man I met while I was with my husband.I can describe each of those loves very perfectly: with my first boyfriend, it was naive and all-consuming; with my husband, it was instantly, unbelievably love at first sight; and when I fell in love with my third partner while I was still married to my husband, it was a different kind of love: fast, overwhelming, and fueled by passion.When a man does show an interest in you, you hold him at a safe arm’s distance.You feel threaten and undeserving of his respect and attention and so you act out with fearful, insecure and irrational behavior.Dating in my late 20s has been so different than dating in my teens, which was the last time I dated before I was married.
You feel betrayed, unloved and undesirable and cheated out of your best years.Despite only seeing single mothers portrayed on TV and in movies as frumpy, over-worked women only a deeply kind, "good" person could find hot and appealing, I was totally surprised (and thrilled) when I realized that just because I was a single mom didn't make me any less desirable.In fact, it made me more appealing to the right kinds of partners. You gravitate to men who are non-communicating, unfaithful, deceptive and abusive. Your father was emotionally unavailable, hyper-critical or abusive, setting the stage for your future relationships with men.