Be prepared for the possibility that she might not feel the same way you do tho... sorry useless, but if you know that you can move on and find someone else..
I feel like he's playing games and I just can't see how he can do this to me when all he had to do was tell me he don't want me or have time for me. I was honest with him last night and told him that even though I agreed to compromise, I still want kids and marriage soon. He says he wants the same thing. But I already feel it's not with me. I really want to talk to him one last time for closure. My gut tells me that he really wants the life he told me he wanted when we first met, but for some reason I don't fit the bill for him. It hurts and I wish it wasn't true, but I see it and felt it before I saw it. It Just hurts that he's blindsiding me. Maybe for guilt? Does anyone know any other reasons for him to be aloof and claims he still wants the relationship?.
so to make a wide and sweeping statement like "tatoos are always a subtraction and never an addition" is ill-thought-out, careless and inaccurate..
When I was 15, i used to be online all the time and placing an emphasis on having any kind of connections with people. It was a nice escape from reality but whatever occurs online isn't real..
I'm not saying it's bad to want to screw the daylights out of someone you're seeing. I'm saying that it's offputting that all it takes for you to lose interest in a person is FOUR possibly-legitimate instances of being too busy/tired. I can see how this could be frustrating, I do - but your 'she's no longer useful' reaction towards her doesn't spark any warm feelings of sympathy here..
very attractive, talkative, attentive woman. Nice service, not rushed or watching the clock.
I will be myself, and if he isn't into "a bit nerdy" like me then why try to be someone I'm not. Maybe I just haven't gotten to know his nerdy side haha. I do need to look up some more conversation topics since today's phone call was pretty quiet, but I was tired..
that is messed up ....
and here #11183.
Your current gf is a rebound, you're not able to give her what she needs. Break up with her, explain the situation if you think you should and stay single for a while. Meanwhile, focus on you..
I'm so silly, in that I actually deleted him from my YAHOO Msgr so that I wouldn't be tempted to leave him a msg on a daily basis...at least for awhile. I know, I know....they say let him miss you....let him chase you a bit. I have a feeling that when he returns after his project is finished, he will contact me. And then THATs when I will probably meet with him and ask him the big question. (Yes, Tim...I think you're right).
You ended up having casual sex with this guy and kinda knew he wasn't going be all in for moving forward (which you don't want anyway), and yet you're concerned that you aren't hearing from him?????.
He promised to do anything to make it up to me....tempting offer...yes?.
I'm female, 36, and separated a year ago after a decade long relationship which resulted in (an unfortunately) failed marriage..
I need some suggestions on what you guys think...should I back off and let him come around? Stop calling and being around all the time? would that make it even worse???.
checkered bikini :).
I'm looking for MR. Right! I would love to get married again so im looking for a long term relationship..
Depends on where you are. Where I live it's kind of dead, but up in NYC it was basically free pickings lol..