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I’ve noticed this can stir up some maybe-not-so-long-lost feelings of abandonment for me, and wonder if this means that we are doomed?!I can see he genuinely cares about me and is eager to make progress.It sounds to me like he’s a good man, who is into you and is working through his issues. I can’t help but think that that almost anything can be spinned into a red flag and one would only tolerate red flags (Maybe it’s an orange flag in this case) if they felt they couldn’t do much better than they are doing now.
I wonder – should I cut my losses or stick things out a bit longer to find my pot of gold at the end of the rainbow?
Are imperfections by definition at least yellow flags?
Afterall, I did make the point almost anything can be spinned into a red flag.
In many other ways he is also fantastic: he owns several properties, has several degrees in engineering, has managed to find a job where he has ample time for extracurricular activities, maintains a close network of friends, maintains a humble self-perspective, and seems thrilled to be with me: he helps me with things that are difficult (both family strife and car repairs!
), enjoys meeting my friends and family; he’s introduced me to his friends and some of his family (with whom he has a very complicated relationship).