That emotion then turns into annoyance with her, which then turns into his guilt for feeling annoyed by his own mother.
Because of this annoyance, he will then become annoyed with his wife/girlfriend, completely unaware of it!
Healthy: The guy doesn't fear the person who is supposed to love him unconditionally, and who understands that there is no son in history who didn't disappoint his mother at one time or another during a lifetime.
Instead, if he has to say or do something he knows will upset his mother, he sucks it up and is honest about it because he knows his mother will eventually get over it. Annoyance Versus Happiness: Unhealthy: The guy who fears his mother tends to resent her (but won't even let himself realize that).
While all of these scenarios are heartfelt and while I can understand a guy's need to treat his mother like gold, there are differences between healthy and unhealthy mother son relationships. In other words, he will drop anything if she calls because he feels some kind of guilt.
This causes huge problems with his girlfriend/wife.
I want her to find a man who will love her as much as her father has loved me for almost 40 years. She tried setting up her son Jordan Beck, a 27-year-old former pro-football player, with girls several times without any luck.
He says his mother tends to be more hands-off with his love life once he is in a committed relationship.
She simply wants him to find a young woman who is "driven, passionate and has a wonderful heart and soul" for a long-term relationship.
Colby Brin agrees with his mother's description of the ideal woman, but he says physical attraction also matters. He is tall and slender, a University of Michigan graduate, a sports fan, a basketball lover, a half-marathon runner, a reader, an avid listener of classic rock and occasionally hip hop and he's confident and well-spoken, she says.
Healthy: The son WANTS to see his mother, and if she happens to call and ask to get together when he already has plans -- say a date, he tells her he will instead meet her for breakfast the next morning.
When he meets her, he might bring her flowers or just give her a huge hug and say, "Mom, I know you already know this, but I really really love you a lot." 2.
On the site, the profile of Christy, a 35-year-old single businesswoman in Orlando, Florida, popped up.