He Found Out He Has It And Just Wants To Push Me Away What Do I Do


He Found Out He Has It And Just Wants To Push Me Away What Do I Do
A guy i have very strong feelings for says he has Alex because his doctor told him he doesn't react to emotions others would, only when he's angry, anger is the only emotion he apparently feels. i don't know what to do i love him very much i remember just the other month when he told me he loves me and now he can't feel. he wants to push me away but i care for him too much. i don't know what to do and i just need to know that its going to be okay. help.
I faced a similar problem. She was maternally twinkling at me, like the mother that suckled her kid and then asked it what else it wanted with her eyes, but she never suckled me. I found out that she was easy to be manipulated and proposed to her and her response was avoiding me, abusing me, trying to control me, mocking me, hiding her breasts, avoiding kissing, hugs and talking with me. She did not only reject my proposal but she also underestimated the essence of my worldview. So I abused her because I was very angry at her. Her response was showing off a fake noble-mindedness and walking away. Now I want to hurt her as she deserves it. She may not care for me too much, but she was on principle supposed to treat me maternally.
Therefore you must have done something wrong. I won't forgive her until she completely succumbs to her natural role, which is the maternal role, apologize for her abusive attitude and decide to nourish me.The same holds true for any similar case.I have no emotions and I am happy about that, because I liked her being a substitute for a lovely mother, I liked her being a hot woman and a good friend and I think I would be suffering from a heartbreak if I had emotions.
I have no idea what is up with you, mate. OP, I've got no good advice except that he's probably not making it up and it really is how he experiences the world. My girlfriend and I have been able to make it work while I'm in the same situation your guy is. My only real enjoyment is just a diversion from constant frustration. Unfortunately, you have to either take it or leave it. You can't really affect that. No idea what the hell is up with the other reply. I'd never abuse someone or take their free will or individuality.
When person A has no idea about facts and choices and person B says take it or leave it because B enumerates facts and choices? Apparently, you think and act against free will and individuality. And this is abuse. So never say never.

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Alexithymia - emotional blindness - is a personal trait which affects roughly 10% of the population.

Alexithymia describes the difficulty of people to perceive and describe emotions of others and themselves. Most persons concerned are not aware about this deficit and usually they are just recognizing it in contact with others, especially close friends, within their family or their partner.

These pages should deliver additional information about Alexithymia and offer information for affected persons, relatives and generally interested people.