This one knocked you off your pins. You're usually the confident one who breezes through life and love with admirable ease. But this time you chose a lover who excited you so wildly, who set your nerve endings aflame -- but who couldn't be trusted as far as you could throw them.
What was your lover so darned secretive about? Who were those people who called and left messages? Where was your lover when you weren't about? The questions tickled your brain, and, embarrassingly, spilled out of your mouth. You got no reassurance, only detachment. And so you wanted to hold on tighter, and thus the cycle continued.Part of the problem may have lain in the way you pushed to have everything all nailed down and tied up. You wanted to know your lover's intentions. But your lover wasn't even sure of those intentions. So why did you push? You must have known that it was getting you nowhere. Why didn't you depend instead on your self-assured side? If you had wanted this love to survive, you needed to be a little more mysterious and self sufficient. Your lover would have come hither if you had eased off on the pressure, and you could have started a whole new positive cycle instead of continuing your negative one.