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Absolutely false. NO guy would go "you look hot". If a guy says that he's probably a jerk. Due to the bullying of candid men by some girls, guys will not say "you look hot" unless he knows you're attracted to him too.

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I can cancel at any time before then and my card will not be charged. That once my credit card is charged, there is no refund offered. I only talk to my male T via phone, but want to know what your thoughts are about a T saying, in a non-sexual, non suggestive way "You look good today" or "You look nice today".

This is like the touch thing. Hugs, etc. But I miss eye contact, someone acknowledging the adult woman, not just the child, but ALL of me. Well, we can leave my boobs out of it But seriously. Someone to see the whole package. This is important to me. I would never think of seducing or dressing seductively, but I would dress nicely, and it feels good to be acknowledged visually, even if once in a blue moon.

Even acknowledgement of a photo- again, nothing seductive. I am a divorced woman over 40, yes, this would help me feel better about myself. I am reasonably attractive,and yeah, so is he.. You know, the reason we buy all the face creams and work out and get highlights.

Maybe I'm out of line. I don't really want to go to online dating sites or bars or ask men on the street how I look. I am not an attention-seeker by nature, in fact, the opposite.

I hide out in my apartment, when I"m not working or at school and am not really that interested in dating. Strictly a self-esteem thing, typical for women my age. I did bring this up, once, and he brought up my childhood. This is not about my childhood, it is about where I am now.

And it is a bit embarrassing. It feels like he is deflecting. Again, maybe I shouldn't bring this up? Can of worms? Is this something any of you have ever discussed with your T? Your thoughts? Original Post. True North Co-moderator. You say you only talk to your T on the phone but have you seen him? You say he's attractive so I'm guessing it's a video call?? I like to dress nicely and I see my T on my lunch hour from work so I'm dressed in business type clothing no jeans or sweats and wear make up and jewelry to sessions.

My T often tells me I look nice or he likes my blouse and he always teases me about my varied collection of high heel shoes. I think he does it because he wants me to understand that he "sees" me. I don't take it as him being seductive or flirting or anything as he has good boundaries and does not hug.

It's sort of a way of connecting I guess. At first it alarmed me but now it's just nice to get a compliment from someone who is important to me. Thanks TN! He has only seen photos of me, and not my best photos. I'm self-conscious about Skype- always catches one with eyes closed and mouth open. NOT very attractive at all. Only recently have I cared about this, and it alarms me.

But your message helped. It is nice to get compliments. He tells you you look nice! I suppose the fact that my T is attractive and I am reasonably so does make it more complex, but well, there it is, it is what it is.

His opinion does matter to me. One day we will meet, and I would love for it to be relaxed meeting where there is eye contact, and I am seen, the same way your T sees you! Thanks so much! I show up yoga clothes because I work from home when I go to my sessions and I'd never wear jeans if I didn't have to I'm super sensitive basically if it's not loose and cotton I want nothing to do with it.

The couple times I have had to go in work clothes my Ts will say I look nice. My Ts compliment my hair, or socks, or shoes a lot. I mean I do like those things I'm okay being seen in that way. My Ts are female, and so am I so I don't usually take it as a nod toward my attractiveness. I once had a long time friend attend session and we got on a topic about weight somehow in session and we did what friends do "you're so pretty, I'm ugly, etc" I think your T brought up your childhood when talking about your self-esteem maybe to see where the issue stemmed from?

He doesn't sound CBT or he'd have given you skills to stop thinking like that rather than explore your past So maybe it wasn't a deflection but a way to get to the root of the issue? Therapy is all about cans of worms. I'm like you- I like to wear yoga clothes. It's actually how I dress for work- teaching fitness classes, doing bodywork, etc. It is hard, the weight thing. I am very self-conscious So glad he told you that you were pretty.

I wish mine would just do that. It took me a good 10 minutes to find my jaw on the floor after I read what he said next 1 that he answered as to his thoughts on if you were attractive or not then 2 said "You're not raving beauty"!?

No wonder you felt hurt I really don't think it was appropriate for him to answer the question at all - from a care perspective I would hope he would want to address the feelings not give you an answer especially to something very subjective, sensitive and personal. I can very much see how this lead to your projecting and stuff.

Because those are the worms, I think. We were talking about how he sees me and how I see me and what my mom used to say to me and he told me that I looked pretty. He said about my dressing nicely that if I was trying to look pretty I was succeeding and when I said nothing he again said that I looked pretty. To me that does not mean that he said I AM pretty. It was an uncomfortable conversation and I don't even remember much of it. I wonder if you are wanting his approval from an attachment stance.

He has become important to you and you are becoming attached and so you value his opinion of you. I do imagine he was put on the spot and having only seen a picture of you it would be hard for him to say.

Some people are beautiful to us because we see the "whole" of them not just a one dimensional photo and so that will have to wait until you meet in person one day. I wonder if you are confusing sexualizing the relationship vs.

It may be a good conversation to have with him if he understands attachment. I was very attracted to my oldT immediately but it was less of a sexual need and more of a desire for his nurturing Glad I could help. TN Edited to add: I do think his response was out of line as Cat pointed out and I think he should have directed the conversation back to why you needed to know this and what it meant to you and where the feelings came from, etc and not say what he did. I know, I probably pushed it too far.

I just wish that he would have said "You look nice" at some point. That would have been so nice. So simple. Our style tends to be more direct.

I think you are right, there is projecting going on here on my part. It may be good for me to see this in myself and I'm almost glad it was brought up, oddly. TN: I am reading your entire message, and yes, this could be the case. I am attached to him. It is confusing because I don't have a tendency to get into sexual relationships to gain approval or sense of myself. I get that from my athletic accomplishments and my work.

So yes, maybe that's it. But part of it is just getting older, being a single woman. I'm feeling it acutely. It feels like a loss to me. What a double-whammy.

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Top definition. Nice Guy unknown. Nice Guy : Not to be confused with a nice guy that is, a male that is nice - When used as a noun instead of an adjective, Nice Guy refers to people men or women who believe basic social expectations are currency for sex. Sympathetic ear: Uh, because as a human being you should be doing those things in the first place, and OH YEAH: nobody has to have sex with you, and probably won't want to because it's obvious you think basic decency is sex money! To be clear : you are trying to trick people into thinking your Niceness is generosity, when they can clearly see your transactional intent.

I can cancel at any time before then and my card will not be charged. That once my credit card is charged, there is no refund offered. I only talk to my male T via phone, but want to know what your thoughts are about a T saying, in a non-sexual, non suggestive way "You look good today" or "You look nice today".

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The relationship people have with their bodies is more complex than just good or bad. And when it comes to giving compliments about the body, flattering someone may not be helpful. Just say nothing. After all, there are a lot of factors — from chronic conditions to drastic life changes — that make it impossible for someone to have total control over their figure. An Instagram search of healthybody gives results of mostly one body type. These words can cause harm and reinforce the wrong message because you never know how much time someone took deliberately posing or altering their body for compliments. Instead, focus on qualities about them. About 69 percent of Americans are active on social media, putting their lives and bodies on constant display.

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It's pretty simple: There's the kind of girl he wants to date, and the kind of girl he will eventually want to marry. Maybe the guy is not ready for commitment , or maybe he hasn't found the right chick to float his boat just yet. Some girls have desired qualities for long-term relationships, and some girls won't make it past one date. There are many sub-categories within the dating world today under which a guy will classify a girl.

The cold-hard truth about men: Most of them have no idea how they feel at any given time. Studies show that men use language to establish difference, separateness and independence exactly the opposite of women, who talk to connect.

This is simply a common situation that most couples find themselves in after being together for a few years. You might begin to take each other for granted. Small, unprocessed arguments start to stack up and resentment quietly builds, like a subtle din in your partnership.

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