Guys don’t like to be around people when they don’t think they’re at the top of their game. So just remember that his withdrawing is a result of him not wanting to appear weak or out of control and just allow him space for that.
Next, make sure that you give him space Well, remember what I was saying before about guys not wanting to appear out of control or needing of help/support?
It’s important that you don’t take his being withdrawn personally. When a woman is upset about something, most women talk to their friends and lean on their support group. Guys, on the other hand, typically view themselves as weak and incapable if they voice their feelings or lean on other people for help or support.
A guy might do it, but he’ll typically feel like a loser or weakling for asking for support or even talking about his feelings.
If you start offering help or support to him, a lot of guys will actually resent it.
Let me flesh this out because I am being careful to not isolate it to jobs.
Single mothers are bona fide idiots and here is why you should never even consider dating one: First, this is a woman who clearly doesn’t give a shit about her child’s well-being and future prospects.
Lumping her in with single mothers is an insult to his memory, to her and to her children. Divorced mothers are also NOT single mothers, although a huge flashing PROCEED WITH CAUTION sign is definitely in order. A single mother is a woman who had a child outside of any established relationship, or a relationship so fragile the thickest retard in the world ought to have been able to see bringing a child on board was a FUCKING TERRIBLE IDEA.
Should I stop texting him all together, or will that be showing that I don’t care and that I’m not supportive?
I want him to know I’m here for him and that I’m not going anywhere, even though it’s tough. Here are a few things to consider: First, remember that his situation is tough for him (independent of whether or not he’s in a relationship).