Dating a guarded woman
The ability to trust someone else and confidence in their own self-trust.
As an analogy…If your computer was hacked, what would you do? In the same (albeit, more humanistic) way, those whose trust has been violated secure and safeguard their emotions.
If you stop talking to her, even if it's just because you're genuinely busy, she's going to start worrying.
Just be up front with her; trust me, she'll appreciate it.
She became guarded not because she gave up on love, but because she needed to protect herself from being burned again.
She hasn’t had the greatest track record with relationships, so she put up a wall.
She likes to know what is going on with the people she’s trying to become close with.
She notices little details because someone else forced her to notice them.
She’s so afraid to get hurt again that the emotions she’s feeling are utterly petrifying.She wants someone to sweep her off her feet and show her that not all guys will be interested in her for a little bit and then disappear.She wants honesty, loyalty, compassion, goofiness, and adventure. She is a hopeless romantic, she just doesn’t want to be the only one putting effort into the relationship.When it comes to dating and relationships, most of us don’t point fingers and curse the world – it’s simply part of the “process” of finding a life partner.Then, there are those “other cases.”Some folks find it easy to dust themselves off and move on, and some don’t.
Men have lied to her, cheated on her, and shown her that she can’t trust them.