It’s summer, and it’s sunny!
Summer holidays, occasions or weekends can mean going on vacation, heading off to a celebration, going to festivals or staying with friends out of town. Now and then we do these things with partners, other times it’s nice to get some time with just friends.
Going out on summer can be a truly fun and special part of the year, and may well include celebrating, hanging out in the sun, and sharing fun but also meaningful times with people. This can raise different difficult feelings when it’s your sweetheart or sweetheart leaving without you, particularly in case you’re left at home not doing anything special.
How would you feel about when your partner is leaving without you? Have you had good or bad encounters previously?
There was this anonymous girl who wrote, “My beau needs to go camping in the forested areas for a couple of days or a week. He says it’s a spot where there is no reception. I am really little worried into thinking what if he goes camping with the camping hammock I purchased for a few days but then leaves early to go to Las Vegas or something or meet a friend somewhere and not tell party and me for a few days. Would anyone be concerned about this?? A week with contact so that implies he could leave following 3 days of outdoors and after that fly out some place or meet his friends elsewhere or something and not letting me know because he needs to party without talking to me for an entire week.”
–Oh yes, there are too many possibilities. Surely if you induce paranoia, then paranoia swallows you whole and you would think and think and question and question whether he would do this and that. It’s possible he’s jetting off to Rome, cruising to Hawaii, skiing in Whistler, and possibly even scuba diving in Australia, but what is the chance he is going camping, fishing, and possibly some hiking with the bears and sasquatches? What is that possibility?
What’s more, say he does go celebrating with a party, clubbing, potentially even have a drive around the area and visit a few friends and such, so what? Is it true that you are trying to control his life? You’re surely worried, yes, yet you’re concerned because of one of the following: A) you’re insecure, B) you question him more than you believe him, and C) you need him 100% of the time and wish he has truly no enthusiasm for females excluding you.
It’s fine to think and worry but try not to over-do it. It just adds stress and tension.