This happens when she uses past experiences in romantic relationships and elsewhere as the excuse for her present unhappiness and allows herself to remain stuck in a funk.
A smart woman recognizes this danger and avoids it so that she can move around more freely in her future love relationships to the delight of prospective suitors.
For the doubters, I must refer you to any of the following real-life examples: my friend’s 6’3” burly ex-boyfriend who worked as a bouncer at a super-hip Los Angeles nightclub; my 40-year-old client who works as a trial attorney and pulls in several hundred thousand dollars per year; or the 19-year-old guy I recently assessed who was having trouble being intimate with his girlfriend.
Simply put, both women and men can carry the baggage of depression into a relationship.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could train yourself to spot emotional baggage sooner so that you don’t have to start and then later stop the relationship?
In a similar way, a woman can be penalized in her love life for carting around too much emotional weight from her past.If you date someone who has significant issues with their family, it’s often with the parents.Yet sometimes he or she will have a sibling that brings major stress or emotional tumult into their lives.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. A part of me wants to run away, but part of me wants to give her a chance. Financial troubles she can get herself out of in time. How much more do you think you'd be hurting her if you rejected her because of it? She seems to have a good heart, and seems like a good person. She recently just got out of a 3 year relationship. Not to mention she's got financial issues that add to her depression and baggage. When she's up, she spontaneous and fun and it's great, when she's down things get awkward.