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Marie Claire (South Africa) - - SEX -

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Firstly, I’m not a fan of se­crets, and if you’re in a healthy, lov­ing re­la­tion­ship why wouldn’t you want to share your ro­mance with oth­ers? Which leads me to be­lieve that this is nei­ther a healthy nor the truth­fully lov­ing re­la­tion­ship you think it is. Clearly he has is­sues and if he is deny­ing these prob­lems the same way he’s deny­ing the va­lid­ity of this re­la­tion­ship, per­haps it’s time to ask your­self if he truly is the man for you. If you have been to­gether for nearly a year, I at least hope he’s fol­low­ing you on Twit­ter! You de­serve more than just a Face­book Like from him; you need him to ac­knowl­edge your pres­ence in his life and ap­pre­ci­ate the con­nec­tion you two have built. Per­haps he has his reser­va­tions for not go­ing public,such as fear of rejection or in­ti­macy is­sues, but it is self­ish of him to ex­pect you to ac­cept his terms.Try speak­ing to him about what is both­er­ing you. If you don’t hear what you need to, you’re go­ing to have to think about your­self and what you de­serve.You’re wor­thy of a man who would de­clare his love for you by shout­ing it from the rooftops. OK, so it doesn’t need to be that dra­matic, but you get the idea!

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