They may pursue several men in the beginning until they find their 'main guy' who triggers their ideal love fantasy. They will stay with and chase this man but have usually short flings with other guys to keep proving that they are still desirable and sometimes to attempt to provoke jealousy in their main guy.
newtohpd wrote:But when it comes to marriage, HPDs will typically choose a "safe" guy - one who stays with them no matter what and will provide for them in the long run.
newtohpd wrote:Marrying a man whom they don't really desire also helps them keep control of the relationship, while seeking attention from other men outside the marriage.
decentguy wrote:Do most HPD women have a tendency to cheat on their partners?
Do they pursue several men simultaneously in the early stages of dating? Or do they start cheating only once they feel they have "hooked" the man?
sofrance1 wrote:HPDs need attention and to be the centre of attention. Whilst in the early stages of dating they may well be getting all the attention they need from 1 individual and they will put all their energy into "hooking" that individual. Once they have been hooked however this is where the "boredom" will set in and they will turn their attentions to others.
newtohpd wrote:HPDs don't have the same concept of "faithfulness" as normals have. For them, being faithful means "not getting caught" - infact they don't have a consistent definition at all - it depends on their emotional situation at that time. They are too flighty and live "in the moment" to adhere to a set of definitions for life.
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