is he playing with my emotions

Visitor's Question from a 41-50 year old Female
I met this guy threw my sister.He seemed very nice and my sister thought he would be great for me.He said he didn't mind taking it slow.So we were friends for about a month.Then we had the talk and agreed to being in a serious relatioship. A few monthes later he called me on the phone and said he needed to talk to me.He told me that he thought he was going to go to jail.So he ended the relationship.He said I was to good for him and he didn't wanna put me threw waiting on him.Which only lead me to think he cared and made me like him more.Three weeks past. He called me.Telling me he didn't go to jail but he had to write a statement.He said he wanted to change his life and he wanted me to be a part of it again.I said no and told him to take it slow again(he hurt me kind of).All of a sudden he stops calling so much.Now he's got a girlfriend.He still calls but acts different.I know they won't last and he'll come back but should I let him?Is he playing with my emotions?Should I even be his friend? Advice
In general it is better to stay away from people who get into trouble with the law and are worried about going to jail.

At least wait until he breaks up with his g/f before making up your mind.

When this happens you will have more information about how he acts with you. It is difficult to say whether he is playing with your mind or if he is just being himself.

Good luck!

-- from George
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