However, he said he really wanted to be friends with me still but I wasn't ready at the time so I said no.Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
My ex boyfriend broke up with me two months ago. I was gutted coz I really loved him and we were together for about 10 months. However, he said he really wanted to be friends with me still but I wasn't ready at the time so I said no.
But now we are good friends and we text quite often and talk on Msn messenger. But for some reason I feel as if I'm doing most of the talking and it's weird coz he's not a shy person at all, he's very outgoing and chatty with people, but he's not being like that with me. And it's strange considering how much he wanted to be friends before. Why is this?
The other day I was talking to him online and telling him I really want to say in touch with him because I didn't want to loose someone as special as him (we're going to different colleges) and I suggested we meet up sometimes and he said that sounds good.
He knows that I still have feelings for him. But unfortunately I don't think he's interested in wanting me back because he's in love with another girl now. He also loved this same girl before we went out. He's even buying her a £100 gold bracelet for her birthday. :(
However I'm really worried about him and so are all our other friends because we know this girl is a player. And isn't interested at all in him, she just likes attention. One minute she's all over him the next she ignores him completely. But I know I can't tell him this because he'll think I'm being jealous and spiteful. What do I do? I miss him so much!
Stay close to him.
That way you will be nearby to help him pick up the pieces of his shattered life when she finally dumps him.
Your idea of getting together during college is a good one and I hope it turns out well.
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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