He knows you’re not a virgin. He might even know who you were with. You don’t need to talk about it. If he tries to bring it up, brush it off and move on to another subject. Make it clear that you’ve wiped away every memory you ever had about the other guy, and don’t remember a darn thing. You got a virtual lobotomy. He’ll be able to deal with that.
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There are certain things that a man is traditionally supposed to be able to do like: reading a roadmap, fixing stuff around the house, changing a tire, using tools, basic landscaping, navigating the Home Depot aisles. If you make him feel incapable of performing his male tasks, he’ll feel like a loser and resent you for it. He knows that he can’t do most of the crap guys are mythically supposed to do, but he doesn’t want you to throw it in his face, especially in front of another man. It’s ok for him to ask another man for help. It’s not OK for you to do so in front of his face or behind his back. Let him try to get the job done himself. When he realizes he can’t, he get someone else to do it. Just let him get to that realization on his own.
If you heed my words and avoid these three areas of discussion, you’ll greatly increase your chances of relationship success and keep your man feeling happy and secure.
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