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Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
My ex bf is 22, adopted but both his adoptive parents are deceased. He is a workaholic and has few friends. He told me when we were still together that he has never met a girl like me and I am what is missing from his life. We got along great except for a few minor personality differences. Then.... he dumped me... and never gave me a reason. All he said was he wanted to seperate for "awhile" and I agreed saying if that was what he wanted. Afterwards, i tried calling him(only twice) but to no avail so I gave up. Then, he started coming into my work again, that is how we intially met to begin with, trying to talk to me and begging for my attention. I gave him the cold shoulder and he asked if we could hang out that weekend. So a few days later I went to his house to wake him up(he works nights so naturally sleeps during the day) and he was pleased to see me. the first thing he did was grab me and kiss me, I kissed him back and we started small talk. He then said he wanted to "just be friends" and I asked him why he asked me to hang out and why he kept on kissing me. His only response was he didn't know. I told him I could not be only friends with him and left. We have not spoken since and it's been a few days. Last night he again came into my work and I noticed he continued to watch me work but I was too busy to really care. We still haven't spoken. I am wondering what the heck he is doing here? Will he want to get back together or is he completely finished?




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Seems like he wants to be friends with benefits.

You will have to decide if that is the direction you want to go.

Good luck! George

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