(The Frisky) -- Let's face it -- we've all got issues and sometimes need multiple attempts to surmount emotional obstacles. Here's the important thing to remember: The Addict will ALWAYS be looking for a high. Even if he is sober from drugs/alcohol/gambling/food, if he hasn't done "the work," he may get hooked on you. That's why it's bad news if that relationship has gone wrong in some way. Whether he hates her or is obsessed with her, he is blind to the fact that he is replaying his relationship with his mom with every woman he gets involved with.
But more importantly, they know that the biggest battle, is the one they fight inside of themselves.
When every part of their body is telling them to stop, turn back and give in – they soldier on.
A warrior is someone who has experienced significant loss, pain and hardship, yet manages not to become crushed, embittered or defeated by it.
They remain defiant and indestructible in the face of impossible odds.
Most of our behaviors and motivations are subconscious.
We don’t think too much about where our thoughts and feelings come from, we just experience them as they come.
Emotionally immature men can seem nice, easygoing, and loveable, but a man-child will live up to his name every time.
The very emotionally mature Yashar Ali writes: “ At some point, shouldn’t a grown man be doing instead of just trying on the basic gestures all of us should be expected to make in a healthy relationship? If the man in your life is only an adult by name, and if any of the examples below sound familiar, maybe it’s time to rethink things… Inappropriate Behavior A mature man is someone you don’t really have to worry about, whereas the man-child can be embarrassing.
But we have found that the emotionally stunted man-child will have one of two (immature) responses when the issue is brought to his attention: 1. If he has issues to work out with her, he needs to do it before he invites another woman into his life.