DOES HE CARE FOR ME?
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
I recently submitted a question I'M I STUPID?? under the general dating catogory...now I want to know if I should apologize..this past week me and the guy went over to his apartment and chilled had a good time...we were playing a game on his phone and a text message popped up saying ''BABE!!!'' so I passed him the phone and I asked why is she calling you Babe and his response was that it was a female from his job and that he calls everybody babe and I replied saying that you didn't call her babe she called you babe and he didn't say nothing, so I told him I wanted to go home and the ride back home was nothing but silence. I slammed the door and he drove off. Now me and him don't go out but we have been talking and sexually involved with each other for the past 4 months now and he has yet asked me out I really like him and he says the same to me but I feel like he just has a sexual attraction with me, he doesn't take me into public places for one when we go out its to the drive-in movie,we don't go to the mall or out to eat, and when we meet up with each other were always in the BP gas station parking lot, he met my mom I haven't met any of his family. Now he's been telling me constantly that he's this good guy and that he doesn't talk to no other female, so when that text popped up was I wrong for getting mad because were not official or should I keep ignoring him I haven't talked to him in the past 5 days and I miss him but I also feel like if he cared about me or at least liked me, he would get back into contacted with me right? or should I apologize for being over dramatic?
Maybe you were being a little overly dramatic, but you did have cause - it's not like it came out of nowhere. My sense is that this guy really isn't that into you. He likes what he has now - some companionship and some sex. If he wanted more, you'd know it. He'd be taking you out and making you a part of his life. He'd be making plans to do things in public together. I would move on.
-- from Jill
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