I am not going to lie I felt kind of insulted She works retail, said she wouldn't find out when she's free until today?
We texted back and forth a few times, all was well and good. Last Friday, I asked her what days she would be I didnt know this was cheating until i saw how much it hurt him So my boyfriend and I have been together 8 months.
He kept saying that it would be unfair to me (or any other girl) because he would judge me to her standard. I want to keep seeing him, but I also know what I want. I want to be important to someone, and I don't want second place. I always meet guys who are at a weird point in their lives and I don't know how to break this terrible pattern.
But then he threw this in: He said I'm the first girl since his breakup he's felt an emotional connection with and he still wants to see me. Let's start with the positive here: I like that he was honest with you and didn't ignore the issue until you were forced to bring it up.
Online men not taking me seriously even after meeting, help? Most of the time when I message men, they dont believe that my pictures are real.
They start OK so after 4 dates here are the issues I have with her On two of the dates she made no effort to look pretty she just threw anything on and came to see me.
You're very wise in breaking off communication with him because it leaves you extremely vulnerable and susceptible to getting hurt if you don't.
He still wants to remain friends but I have had to cut off communication with him since it is too painful to hear from him.
Just over a month ago, my boyfriend of nine years told me "It's over" and left me.
A week later he had a change of heart but the next day he flip-flopped again. He now says he is in love with her and he doesn't understand why I can't just be happy for him and move on. I am having a very difficult time coming to terms with the end of the relationship since we pretty much spent every waking moment together (not the greatest idea, I admit).
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