The fact that he is willing to wait for me without asking for anything in return, melts my heart
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
i've been in a relationship with my current bf for almost 1 yr plus. And recently my high school sweetheart appears again in my life. We bumped into each other accidentally online and since then we started keeping in touch again.
It was just a friendly relationship at first. But recently, he began saying he still loves me. I told him that I am already in a relationship right now, but he insists on waiting for me. He told me i don't have to feel guilty or promise him anything at all. He'll just pray hard that one day he will be able to call me his. He calls and send me msgs everyday saying how much he miss me.
His presence makes me confused.
I felt that he really love me. He understands my feelings very well, comforts me when I'm down. He's always there for me. The fact that he is willing to wait for me without asking for anything in return, melts my heart. And for some reason or other, i began to feel close to him at heart. He's different from my bf. With him i feel happy. But with my bf im always crying. i guess he just dont understand me fully. i always feel hurt by him. sometimes he'll shout and get angry at me for the little mistakes i do...and sometimes for no reason at all.
But right now, i dont know if i still can make a choice. i dun even know if i should make a choice. My current bf have already met my parents. I'm just looking for happiness and want the best for my future. i'm terribly confused. Pls help me:(
This sounds like a no-brainer.
Get rid of the shouting, impossible to please guy who makes you cry.
Get together with the friendly, understanding guy who makes you feel good.
If you feel you have to give your current boyfriend a change then tell him that your ex is looking very good to you know and ask him what he is going to do about it. Give it a month, your boyfriend probably won't change much.
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com