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Basically, it can be an indicator of negative energy from someone that may result in being possessive, controlling, jealous etc.

They may have ideas to be different ‘this time’ but if they go to the trouble of saying this, it means they’ve resigned themselves to inevitably causing you pain.That was one of the main reasons I called it quits.It made me SO uncomfortable that guys so much older than me, older than most of my siblings (all of which are 8 years plus older than me), were sending me messages telling me that I was “hot”.You have to work out which one you’re with, but you also need someone who is going to stop second-guessing the relationship and believe in it. I have so much love to give and I know I can help him to see his potential. I don’t believe you deserve better than how I treat you and know that you have low self-esteem and doubts that you can do better…after all, you wouldn’t be with me otherwise.They need to take you down off the pedestal and be on an even footing otherwise it creates a healthy imbalance where you appear to be looking down. I’ve had this said to me a couple of times and from personal experience and those of many others, I can assure you that when you hear these words and you’re in a relationship where you are unhappy, not having your needs met, low self-esteem etc, be very, very afraid – men like this think they’re as good as it gets for you. In a situation like this, you’ll feel rejected because he won’t choose you over ‘her’.

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