Your mom is chasing off your girlfriends, afraid of losing you to them.
There is a jealous side to her that believes each and every girl you have had as a girlfriend has never been good enough for her son.
She justifies what she is doing by using that reasoning as her defense.
She forces herself to believe that the only reason why she chases your girlfriends away stems from wanting the best for you, and these girlfriends are far from it.
Well, this is where you have to step in and stand up for yourself.
In continuing to let your mom chase away perfectly good girlfriends, you are bound to suffer psychologically, as you get into one dysfunctional relationship after another.
You start dating girls strictly based on who you believe your mother would approve of.
Your dating life then becomes about pleasing your mother and not yourself.
This leads to failed relationship after failed relationship, as no girlfriend you date is ever worthy enough for your mom.
This is not a case of your mom looking out for your well-being.
This is typically a case of jealousy and insecurity.
You have a mom who doesn’t want to let you go.
The only way she entertains the thought of letting you go is by ensuring that you date someone just like her.
However, the moment you even try to do something like that, she starts to feel as though someone else is encroaching on her territory to fulfill her role, she gets worried and chases that girlfriend away too.
In the end, it is not about whether you can find the right girlfriend that pleases her.
It’s about her not losing her place in your life.
It’s about her not being relegated to number two in your list of people who are the most important to you.
These are the emotions that your mom is more than likely going through.
You have to stop this behavior.
Tell your mom she can’t keep chasing away your girlfriends.
She will try to defend herself at first and even deny it but you have to stand firm.
Worrying about confronting your mom about this issue is something you have to get over.
To do this, simply take a step back and look at the future that awaits you if you were to continue on this path without doing anything.
That future appears lonely with a series of failed relationships or an absence of relationships brought upon by you giving up.
Is this where you want to end up in life?
What happens if you allow this to persist throughout your life and your mom eventually passes.
You are left alone, stuck in that frame of mind, having lost a precious number of years that you could have spent building wonderful romantic relationships.
This isn’t where you want to be.
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