Dating a closeted gay guy can bring toxicity, lies and long term damage to any naive gay man who thinks that love is just about good sex and emotional connection. Here are 5 reasons why you should NEVER consider a closeted guy as a potential boyfriend.
This is a table of human development of the chakras. I did not invent this table, you can find it here (the original text is in Russian but you could put it into Google translator if you are not Russian speaking). The table was designed to gives a graphic illustration of the seven year cycle of human development according to the Vedic Treaties Chakravidya.
Have you ever given up on a dream because you’ve listened to that ‘little voice’ in your head that tells you that you ‘can’t do it’ or ‘what’s the point?’ That inner voice is the critic inside of everyone that causes many bright futures to come to a screaming halt.
The second most common misconception about love is the idea that dependency is love. This is a misconception with which psychotherapists must deal on a daily basis. Its effect is seen most dramatically in an individual who makes an attempt or gesture or threat to commit suicide or who becomes incapacitatingly depressed in response to a rejection or separation from spouse or lover.
Randall sought my help because he was stuck being miserable and had no idea how to get out of his misery. In his life he had experienced moments of great joy and sense of oneness with all of life, but those moments were infrequent. He wanted more of those moments but had no idea how to bring them about.
Jim consulted with me because his boyfriend of 18 years had threatened to leave him if he didn’t stop blaming him all the time. He admitted to frequently blaming him in a variety of situations. He blamed him if he thought he made a mistake, if he thought he was wrong about something, if he was feeling alone, or even if he had a bad day at work.
How many times have you lost control of yourself when you’re angry? Did you do or said something which you regretted over time?