Online Relationship Lets in an Identity Sneak
I’ve been in a fun relationship the past 1-1/2 years.
Primarily it’s been an online romance, with little face-to-face contact. While we meet on so many levels – spirituality and beliefs – he is suffering from apparent social anxiety issues.
A psychiatrist diagnosed it in years past. He would like to change and has dreams of our spending much more time together.
Will this ever happen? In this lifetime?
No, it will not. Also, this is not the kind of relationship you ought to continue.
He’s not what he claims to be. We can see in his aura he is married.
Therefore, If you keep it up, you’ll get closer and deeper into a relationship where you get hurt and he dumps you flat.
You are not his first, either.
The “anxiety disorder” is his way of hiding out, so you don’t get too curious.
Do not believe his words, listen only to his actions. This is a very bad guy, in so many ways, as a soul, because he seeks only his own pleasure.
Also, you do not share spiritual “values”, you share paranormal interests.
Spiritual values are about the kindness of heart.
His “kindness” is self-imposed. He doesn’t pursue it as a way of life. His tenderness (dare we call it that), is for his concern to keep you around, it’s not gentleness toward you for your benefit, just his own.