Dating a bipolar sufferer andrew cuomo dating sandra lee
His response was that he wasn't feeling it anymore and didn't want to be with me.He said I was too serious and didn't like the fact I was studying psychotherapy and he fears I'm psychoanalysing him.
We have been dating for over two months now, he has been sweet, attentive, affectionate and manic which I haven't had a problem with.
He's funny and silly which is great because I'm more of a reserved personality and he brings me out of my shell.
He then mentioned something about going on a break etc.
I told him that I don't need a man but I want to be with him.
The next morning (Sunday), we got up late, I had a shower, went downstairs to do some washing up and sat down in the living room. His reply was "Yes, I do." He went upstairs and came back down again.
He came down and he asked when I was thinking of leaving and I said "Why? And I asked him why he wanted me to go when usually he's asking me to spend an extra night with him.
I said yes but he's also taking away my choice.
Surely it's my choice, my decision whether to love this "bad person" and that it's up to me to decide whether he's a bad catch.
I can be a fun person to be around plus he makes me silly and I'm silly with him.
I also mentioned that I was planning on asking him to come with me to my friends party the following weekend as a way of seeing this other happy, fun side.
He also said that he pretends to be this fun, upbeat person to distract away from the fact that sometimes he wants to kill himself. The only thing I think he's had a problem with was me denying him on Saturday night and the fact that he feels he's doing all the work because I'm not comfortable with going on top.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating