Is he too good to be true dating advice
When I learned that I’m responsible for my own happiness and when I learned how to consistently align with it, my entire world transformed.
It made me take more responsibility for my role in bad relationships.
Sometimes this means giving something up, but actually most times this means we both get what we want and we both feel very loved, supported, and that we are in each other’s corner.
I don’t feel afraid to be giving, because he really has my best interests at heart.
We are a terrific team and often we agree on what we want.
And when we don’t, we tend to take turns supporting the other’s wants. Gail Saltz, is a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at New York Presbyterian’s Weill-Cornell Medical College.