what to do again??Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
hi and thanks for taking the time to read it, and here's the deal:
my ex and i broke up 5 months ago because she started to have feelings for her friend. we saw each other this last monday after 2 months of not seeing each other, but we talked on the phone during those 2 months. well we had sex and everything even though she has a boyfriend (it wasnt the first time we had sex after the breakup). next day she calls me and after talking for a while she told me she was confused about her feelings for me (considering that before she told me she didnt feel anything for me)so we decided to talk until friday to clear things up and if we were gonna get back. well the day came and told me that she didnt feel anything, that she wants to stay with her current bf. but her is the interesting part: even though i still like her, after her response i was gonna tell her that i didnt have time for a gf because of college and work, plus i play soccer at college (all these is true) and when i told her that, she kinda got mad and wanted me to hang up right away, i guess she wanted me to tell her that i still like her and wanted to get back with her. now here is my confusion: i think she likes me and wants me back, but she doesnt want to admit it, she wants me to say it first. the reason why i think that is because we had sex and hung out several times after the breakup end even though i tried and told her i wanted her back right after the break up, she would say no so i stopped doing that. right now im kinda confused too, like i said before, i kinda like her but dont know what to do, i think shes playing hard to get but not sure, any advice please???? what is the best thing to do???
She doesn't sound like the kind of girl that you would want to be with.
And, besides, you don't have time for a GF.
So, my advice is to ignore her.
Good luck! George
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