My heart says one thing but my head says anotherVisitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
I went to school last semester,meet a great guy. Things hit off and we werent a couple but its like we were. We told eachother that we didn't want to see anybody else, that we liked eachother a lot,we wanted things to go further,etc. Things were really intense between us. Than one night when he came over 2 my house, we ended up having sex (and no this wasn't the first time) and the condom broke and he came inside of me. After that he felt really bad about it and what not. After that whole night though,he started acting really weird and distant with me and even stopped going to school (he was really busy though,he was going to another school and worked really late at night with only a few hours of sleep), and than we pretty much stopped talking. Just recently we started back up with talking and it was just like how it was when we were "cool". We hung out and it was like nothing ever happened and it felt right (he even said that). We hung out again 2 weeks ago,and we fooled around for a bit and than he had to go to work. The last time I talked to him (on the phone) was about a week ago and the last time he text messaged me was almost a week ago aswell. I don't understand this whole thing. My head is telling me that he's really not into you anymore,but my heart and gut instinct are telling me,that in some weird way,we're meant to be together. My friends tell me that his bi-polar,but I just think that his immature (he's 23). If I could just get some advice I would greatly appreciate it.
His behavior is odd and I have no clue as to why.
What you should do is have a long close caring and honest talk with him and ask him what's going on in his mind.
If you don't ask you probably won't find out.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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