What's the deal with his girlfriend?
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
My previous question was about this guy that i liked and he liked me. One problwm he has a girlfriend. Your advice was to say hey maybe we could do things if you were not dating anyone.
Well after class we went out for ice cream. We had polite conversation. He told me that his mother had a stroke. I listen carefully. I felt or him.He asked to see my hands to do what? Hold them. I pulled away. When we walked back to our cars and he said, "Let's do this again, sometime." I replied, "Yeah, sure." i got in my car and he said,"It is getting hotter you and I can stay out all night one night. I just got in my car. As I was preparing to drive off, he came over and said," Wind down the window I want to tell you something. He then leaned in to kiss me. It was a peck. What do you think about this situation? Should I stop receiving his contacts? He calls me 4-5 times a week. I think he should be calling his girlfriend that much. Do you think he likes me? Do you think he maybe questioning his situation?
He is obviously taken with you.
The problem is his girlfriend. You need to bring it out into the open and ask him why he is paying so much attention to you when he has a girlfriend. Let him know that you do not intend to be part of a cheating arrangement.
It sounds like he is trying to make sure that he has you before he leaves his girlfriend. Ask him if that is true and then let him know how you feel about it. Perhaps that suits you and if so, he will probably leave his girlfriend for you. Nothing wrong with that.
-- from George
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