I truly want this person so bad and my feelings are terribly hurt
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
I was dating a guy for 3 1/2 months. I was falling in love with him and I felt that he was falling in love with me. I was the first girl he introduced to his parents. We live an hour apart from each other. We have spent every weekend together since we met. Two weeks ago I told him that if we were going to be exclusive then I needed to see him at least once during the week not just on weekends. That week he called me every day but didn't make an effort to see me. Then that weekend he flaked on me and hung out with his friends all weekend. He drove up that Monday took me to dinner and then ended our relationship. He said that "he wasn't able to committ because of the distance". He said that "there are so many times during the week that I want you there but it's just not going to work because our jobs are to demanding to see each other all the time". He then said he thinks he's "might be making the biggest mistake of his life". He sat there saying "i'm sorry", and then he would look and me and say "i'm so confused, I don't know if I'm making the right decision". I asked him to leave my house politely and he didn't want to leave. Finally he left and I looked outside my apartment fifteen minutes later and he was still sitting there. The following night he texted me saying "sorry for being an asshole, had a bad day at work, I just wanted to say hi, trying to sleep". I never texted him back and haven't heard from him since. It's been 9 days. Anyways, my question is should I try to contact him. Do you think I should just let this relationship go. I truly want this person so bad and my feelings are terribly hurt. I need your help desperately. I feel that since he was so reluctant to actually end it with me then maybe he is having second thoughts. What should I do? Thanks for your help, I greatly appreciate it.
If you really liked him then you were a muttonhead to let him go.
Get on the phone and tell him you have had time to think things over and that you would like to date again.
That's all ya gotta do! George
-- from George
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