Romantic success seems so tantalizingly close for you and your lover. But are you looking at things as they really are, or as you wish they were? There's something insubstantial in your pairing, something secret or unexpressed lurking right beneath the surface.
Does one of you have issues from the past you've never admitted or worked through? Is one of you up to something secretive and unhealthy? Whatever the issue is, it's causing problems between you; problems you can't solve without owning up to exactly what's wrong.So sit together. Talk about your feelings. What are each of you looking for in your relationship? What is it you need that you're not getting? And, most painfully, what parts of you do your fear are unlovable? It could turn out that your fears and anxieties are not grounded in reality. And in any case, you must let the real you be known if you are to be loved and accepted. Let your true self be seen. Do not fear that when you open up you will be rejected. Your lover has tender regard for you; letting that love in to your private, bruised parts will start a glorious healing process.