My passion is writing about love, sex, dating, and relationships. I write based on my own personal experiences and those that I relate to. Have you ever been in a relationship with a person who has major trust issues? It's exhausting.
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Chances are they have been cheated on, maybe more than once. Not to say that he or she will assume you will cheat too, but this circumstance will force them to question things you say to be true or false. Being cheated on makes a person question many things around them. More than just being cheated on, someone has hurt them deeply, and all they see is the possibility of being hurt again. All they have seen in their past is reasons not to trust, people who are merely temporary, and the fact that people, at their core, are evil.
8 Things You Need to Know About Men With Trust Issues
He's had a string of terrible relationships that will inform how he acts with you. Duh, but there's more. It's very likely that he's been burned before and it was traumatic enough that he's wary of being hurt again. If that history has been established, keep it in mind moving forward. If he's acting irrationally, it certainly isn't your fault, but take into consideration that within reason it isn't entirely his fault either.
Regardless of sex, it happens to the best of us. The only difference is the reaction of the two sexes when it comes to being cheated on. The majority of men are willing to look past an affair committed against them and some even want to save their relationship. The story is a bit different for women. If you are currently dating a guy who has a history with an unfaithful partner, you are dealing with someone who may have some serious trust issues.