The guy I'm dating lost his job and house in April. I've been very supportive during this time but I think I reached my breaking point. I try to plan little outings for us to hang out and clear his mind off things but he always make up an excuse, this happens way to often. I use to cut him slack because of his situation but now it's like why bother. I recently stopped checking up on him daily like I used to. He randomly sends texts saying "I still love you" and stuff like that so I responded asking "Do you really? Because it seems like you're pushing me away and never want to hang out with me" he responded back saying "idk it's just weird" I asked "was it weird because you found someone else that has your interest?" So he said "nah I don't know what it is". I didn't even bother responding, That literally broke me and hurt my feelings because if he loves me the way he say he does then I feel like hanging out with my shouldn't be weird. This happened Saturday night and I have yet to hear from him since.
He told me its weird?
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You are mothering him. That is the greatest mistake us ladies make. You need to toughen up a little. Don't get me wrong you are being caring and considerate. But when he sends a text that he still loves you and you respond like that you sound petty and desperate. Take his word for it that he loves you but he's in a very difficult position. His pride and livelihood are gone. He doesn't want to look weak in your eyes. How about replying I love you too can't wait for you to do that thing you do <-- insert something he likes doing for you physically or sexually. Make him feel manly again. That he matters to you. Is he looking for a job? Trying to get back on his feet? If so then let him know you respect him regardless. If it seems too much maybe take a look and see what you really want do you want him?0
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