Visitor's Question from a 31-40 year old Female
My significant other told me when we first started dating that he did not like "me" to wear low-cut shirts, spaghtetti straps etc., He likes me to look nice. But not too much skin. He thinks that if we take the relationship to the next level, then, I should visually take myself off "the flirtatious look" market. I think this is a jealousy issue and he thinks that it is a moral dilemma. He wouldn't dress revealing and that I shouldn't.
It is not only a jealousy issue but a control issue. He is trying to make you do what he wants. You need to have a serious talk with him about this because if he wants to control how you dress, who knows what else he might want to control. He needs to loosen up and live and let live.
This won't be an easy habit for him to break. But if you can convince him that the real issue is control he might be able to start working on breaking the habit.
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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Not a control issue
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