You know, if you don't like someone, tell them. Set them free. If you do, tell them, don't let them get away. Games are for the immature. I feel like if you're really mature, in a healthy mental space, and looking for a real, lasting relationship, you will be 100% yourself, honest, and open about your feelings/intentions/life. It's not something I've ever come across in a man. I thought I had, then he said he liked what we had and wanted to continue talking, only to ignore my friendly text, and then, the last one in which I said how I felt and stated that if I didn't get a response, I would move on about my life, make peace with it, and wish him the best, I just had to take a chance. How hard is it to text me and say "I appreciate you saying that, but I'm honestly not feeling it and didn't know how to tell you, but I wish you the best too" instead of making me think he liked me, then ignoring me, which is a form of emotional abuse. Why, as a society, can we not be honest with each other? I just feel like it creates more stress and BS than telling truth ever would and I guess, I just don't understand people that can't afford me the same respect.
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"It's not something I've ever come across in a man."
You're dating crappy men then.0