Dating men with overbearing mothers

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He is convinced that he is ‘extraordinarily special’, which leads to all the complications and sufferings later in life that neurotic vanity and grandiosity bring.Inflation and grandiosity never come without the opposite pole, namely deflation and depression.Things turned very ugly and my husband was arrested as he tried to smother me…Following this his mother and family members interrogated me, didn’t believe that he could be so violent then kicked me it of my marital home.depression and anxiety) and other people in a passive-aggressive way. It felt as if he changed his faith to please me and not because he truly felt it was right for him at the time.The treatment I’m familiar with for men with the above mentioned mother complex is soul-centered psychotherapy. She would laugh and told me it was nothing to worry about. Things became worst as he has a large family and his relationship with his mother is unhealthy.

If he unfairly devalues and demonizes his wife, she will leave him (unless she is neurotic herself). I am sure I was born with a Trans orientation that started to noticed by my mother when I was around 4. My dad was a good father but I rarely saw him because of his work. His dad left him abs his mother when he was a baby and he ran off to marry another woman who he had two grown up kids and grandkids and a lovely house!! At aged 10 my husband screamed out he wanted to know who is father is…

There are still other mothers who are too domineering and don’t allow their sons enough space to explore and develop a sense of independence.

They interfere incessantly and control their behavior. I was surprised but happy with the feeling of being my mother. I am heading that way but is that even the healthiest option? Milhado, My daughter’s father has sexual fantasies about his mother (I found the evidence on his computer).

There are quite a few men who never grow up and get stuck in adolescence.

In research I did many moons ago, I found these ‘eternal adolescents’ usually had fathers who were either partially or totally absent.

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