Women raised without a father figure or who lacked the emotional/intellectual stimulation of a man value words. If you are going to talk the talk, make sure you walk the walk. They can also be a way to explore and imagine different possibilities. Loving a woman who doesn’t entirely trust you is tough.The more you do this, the more healing you bring to her heart and put her desire for this “manly integrity” at ease. You see, women with deeply rooted daddy issues can be very inquisitive and have a bunch of unanswered questions in their minds. Was I not valuable enough for him to be part of my life? ” Regardless of the question, give her a listening ear. She may just need to hear herself explore the different sides to her reality. It’s easy to be frustrated at her doubts and her resistance to just let go and let YOU be the man.But Tim is young at heart and I have an old soul, so we meet in the middle (I'm now 26; he is 52).He spends weekends jumping out of airplanes, and I spend them reading a book at the drop zone waiting for him to land.Our own families have spent hours begging us to choose between each other and them.My parents are terrified of the thought that he will pass away around the time they do, and I'll be left alone.
His love healed me and put me on a path to self-love. Every time you say you are going to do something, and you do it, you increase her ability to trust you.
His daughters, whom he had young and are around my age, have a strong loyalty to their mother (his ex-wife) and have struggled to let me in.
At times, both of our families have been embarrassed by our relationship.
He must be a pervert or be very immature to love me.
I have been confronted in public a few times, by drunk people at bars who say I'm an embarrassment to my family for loving him.