I've been seeing a guy since Feb things have been great I thought I finally met the one. About a month ago he started changing he was blowing me off he started ignoring my calls & text but he would always seem to reply to snapchats but ignore everything else. I've recently tried to end it on at least three different occasions. Well a couple of days ago I found out he had a girlfriend so when I asked him about it he initially ignored me until I asked again. When he called me he admitted that he'd been dating this girl maybe 2 or 3 days. The part that hurts the most is I didn't see it coming & whenever I told him I wanted a relationship he came up with a million different excuses as to why he didn't want one. The crazy part is we go to school together and his now girlfriend goes to school 2 hours away. I never knew guys can be so evil and dirty. I've been wondering will he try to come back to me because we also, have classes together. The whole situation is crazy and I don't think I've been hurt this bad before.
Most Helpful Guy
not a lot to go on here to comment on.
I'm not sure why the loyal suffer. I think it is because we give ourselves to one person and the other person isn't committed. Until you get the ring or a solid statement of commitment, it isn't there. Giving too much can end up letting him go. Sounds like it wasn't as perfect as you say if you tried to end it several times. that is the sign of an emotionally messed up relationship. so maybe you were loyal, but there were deep rooted problems.
good to pause and see what you learned about yourself and him. take the value out of it.
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Most Helpful Girl
Because they continue to give up part of themselves without the other fighting for it or earning it. Its really sad. But then those same people get upset when you don't put out and sacrifice everything you have for them. Those kind of people are not worth it, and it is best that you as a loyal person to set up boundaries and don't get emotionally attached to every and anybody you date without them showing interest in respecting you and cherishing the love you provide them.0