Should i still keep trying for a relationship with him
Visitor's Question from a 31-40 year old Female
I was introduced to this guy at uni by a friend.I wasn't interested with him at first but we exchanged numbers because i told him i am new to the country and he told me to ring him whenever i need his help. He rang me two days later when we were at uni and asked me to join him and his friend at the cafe. I went and we had a bit of a chat. I wasn't intrested so i didn'tcontact him. But after 6 months i rang him to ask him for help finding a flat for my brother.I texted him and he rang me later as he was at work. we spoke and he told me he will inform me but didnt contact me and after about 10 days i rang him and he picked and told me he hasn't heard any news and also told me he has some books i asked him before and that he can give me. I told h he can ring me when he is free and arrange to meet and give me the books. He didnt contact me and after a week i rang him but he didn't pick up, the next day and the third as well he didny pick up but on the third day he rang me late at night and told me sorry he couldnt answer because he was at work and that he is following up about my brothers flat and that when i know the exact day my brother wants the falt i should tellhim. I heard from his friend that he has problem with his wife and that he came here to study and she ia in another country i do. I really like him what should i do? should i have still have hope of having a relationship with him? is he just thinking i just need help from him and not attracted to him. Please help
If I understand you correctly, you are only slightly attracted to him. Plus, he is married.
I don't understand why you should interpret this to be feasible beyond his helping you find a place for your brother to live. If so, follow through with that. If you are intersted in him despite the fact that he is married, my advice is to forget him.
This is a strange question.
Good luck! George
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