4. He once said he didn't want a relationship.
"Just want to tell something. I think I have developed some feelings for you. There I said it! I expect nothing in return. Just hope this wouldn't affect our good old friendship. Needed to open up so I did. Please don't judge or joke about it. Ignore if you want to."
Most Helpful Guy
So flirting online is fun and it may be one of the greater values of online because they other person seems perfect. But texting is not a relationship, it is a false sense of someone. you cannot trust or rely on that, do not bond. he's giving you some signals to stay away... you aren't listening.
If you want to say, I felt xyz about you, and I wish you the best... go ahead... and move on. but I'd move on.
p. s. it is not healthy, or at least be very careful, bonding to someone that was your crutch/savior. It is an unhealthy scenario. I know it feels good, but that needs to be someone else, your counselor, your God, your friend. But you don't want your boyfriend or husband to be your idol... they aren't worthy.
Most Helpful Girl
he doesn't want a relationship because of the long distant because almost all the time long distance doesn't work out. also maybe he's just busy or has some problems he's trying to sort out or maybe he's giving himself space from you because he's trying to move on. I say you should tell him you like him, because once its out in the open you would be able to have a proper conversation with you about it and then you could decide on whether you should try a long distance relationship or whether you need to move on.1