A man who has been through a divorce or some other negative life experience is probably going to have some unresolved issues.
The important question is not whether he has baggage -- but what he's doing about it.
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The relationship will never develop any real intimacy because his emotions are focused on someone else.
This type of baggage is even more of a problem when combined with bitterness and resentment.
My clients often tell me they are seeking someone with little or no emotional baggage.
But wat what point does it become a relationship deal breaker?Martenson is a matchmaker, author, & Reiki practitioner.She helps people connect with their soulmate through self-love and healing.If he's still in love with an ex but he thinks she's crazy and that she treated him terribly, you can expect to hear a lot more about this woman than you really want to.Some men like to think of themselves as knights in shining armor who ride off to rescue damsels in distress.So don't be so quick to write someone off because of a bit of extra luggage.