He doesn't want the ring back!
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
Hello, as you adviced me before, i gave him the ring back today but i didn't say anything to him. He texted me saying he needed to talk to me as soon as possible and let him know when i am available but i didn't text back and then he rang me asking me to meet him so i went to meet him. He started saying how he never really got a chance to say bye so he might as well just do it now and like make as if this relationship never existed and like i never knew him and how i should go my own way and he should go his own way. I was just listening to him and making as if i do not care but then he told me that he was not ready that is why he broke up with me. After half an hour he rang me asking me to keep the ring and asking me to meet him again after college so i went to meet him again. He begged me to take the ring back and i wos like if it doesn't mean anything why would i take it back for? He goes please please take it back as a friend and i wos like but you just said you don't want to be friends etc he goes yea i am sorry promise we'll be friends and i was like i don't care i am not taking the ring back. He goes what is wrong with you and i was like i am fine can't you see. He goes listen take the ring back and i am like but i am not going to wear it so what is the point he goes just take it as a friend come on its your birthday gift n i was like what kind of friend give another friend a ring as a gift he goes i do. Then he grabbed ma hand, gave me the ring back, pulled me and hugged me but i didn't hug him though i was just standing. Then i said bye to him n he said bye that's it. I still do not get it. What is he trying to do? He seems well confused. Do you think i have done the right thing? I am just going to carry on ignore him and i learned that from the tips written on this website.
It would be better if he kept the ring.
But since he was so insistent about you having it you did a reasonable thing by keeping it.
And, you are doing the right thing by carrying on and ignoring him.
Good luck, George
-- from Marc
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com