A guy I met online chased me for 13 weeks. We really liked each other but i thought he was out of my league so I refused dates n would call him a player, womanizer etc sometimes and would tell him i'm meeting guys. I always apologized and explained after but he said it hurt. I acted this way at least 6 times and I pushed him too far. He said he still likes me but he didn't want me to keep upsetting him and it looked like I was never going to meet up with him. He ignored me for days and now he's sticking to that, that he likes me still but i made him too upset and it was looking like i'd never see him. I've asked to meet only as friends and he's agreed to as soon as he's free... is there still a chance things could progress if we click in person? Or have I hurt him too much?
Could there still be a chance?
What Guys Said 1
Set up a time to meet up with him. Be up-front with him too, up until now it's been somewhat manipulative on your part. If you can just be sincere with him you both will be all the better for it. Like I said though set something up since you said he still is interested. It's been 13 weeks, no point in waiting any longer now, you both need to finally find out where you stand.1
What Girls Said 2
Guys can get very offended if you assume things, and it seems you have assumed something very negative which has hurt his feelings. Men are tough creatures but they do have soft insides and woman that they like accusing him of things will dampen his spirits.
Try be more confident around him, make him think you are out of HIS league and ply it cool so he chases you. He will soon respark his interest. Just dont assume things like him being a player in the future, if he is you'll find out soon enough, but wait util you know him more better.3
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You refused dates, you called him a player, told him you were seeing others guys and pushed him away. And you've done it countless times. There's only so much people can be hurt and spring back. There's a slight chance, but you would have to change your ways and stop being so mean to him or else he'll find someone better who doesn't treat him like he's disposable. What you did was hurtful, treat him like he's human. He deserves better.2
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