So I dated this guy for 4 months.. we met through online dating and he was like the 1st guy I ever dated through a dating app.. during that period I was very preoccupied with work but he constantly tried in our relationship despite me not putting in any effort.. I always felt like we had different values which prevented me from taking this relationship to the next level but I guess I never really tried to get to know this guy cause of my initial doubts.. After things ended I focused more on work and started doing online dating again but I realized that it's pretty difficult to meet people with good qualities on there.. I thought there would be more guys like him on online dating but I'm starting to realize otherwise.. Did anything like this ever happen to you where you regret letting go of someone you previously dated for a few months?
No I've never been in that situation before. If I am interested in someone I will put my all into the relationship. It was my last partner who won't even try in a relation, hence communicate. There's no point of just one person doing everything in the relationship when the person can even put in there other half.
Just the opposite - trying too hard, keeping them around is bad karma = trying to shove a square peg into a round hole. Best to let them go and if it's meant to be, we'll both mature and enjoy a seasoned, easy going relationship later.
I did let one go that was no taking BC pills as promised, otherwise I might have kept her a looooooong time... ooohlala!
I regretted being shy, keeping to myself and not telling the women that I liked that I had a crush on them. I do the online dating now and it can be fun at times but sometimes the conversations don't go anywhere. I always wondered if women blew off guys from there looks instead of getting to know them. But I don't know
The hell with the values... Everyone has different values... Did you like him,, did he like you,, was he good to you... Do you feel you wish you did not give him a chance? But if you did not click then maybe it wasn't to be...