Gay men and dating
If you do come up against rejection because you’re positive, try not to take it personally.It doesn’t really have to do with you – it’s the other guy’s preference for his safety.
If you’ve ever felt like you want to keep searching even though everything you thought you wanted is present in your boyfriend or partner, if you can’t help thinking “there’s someone better out there” or “there just isn’t a spark” then you’re playing the “What if?As long as both men are respectful and clear about what they’re looking for, the struggle should be much easier.Number 4: Stereotypes/erroneous assumptions Making assumptions is a lose-lose proposition because they short-circuit open communication and they’re almost always wrong. More than any other factor, this one seems to block gay men from finding and sustaining a solid relationship. But it should also be fun, so I’d like to talk a little about a few common struggles I see with the goal of helping you identify them in your own dating life – and to overcome the challenges. ” game I go into detail on this in my previous post, but there’s a reason I’m stressing it again, and a reason why I list it first here: because it’s so prevalent.
Not only is this far too prescriptive, you also run the risk of coming across as overly negative.