Just some pretext: the very first time he met me, he said these exact words "You're really intimidating to a guy like me" and he said he had to get a little buzzed even to admit that. (My mother tells me THAT'S when I shoud've run. Hindsight is always 20/20)
Our entire "dating" period consisted of him talking to me one week, ignoring me the other. Breaking me down, then building me up. All the while he was as arrogant as they come one day, and sweet as a button the other. Very back and forth, very jarring and hurtful.
Now he's on to another girl (I had to find out in a really bad way) after he ignored me for about...3 weeks straight. I've seen this girl, and she's much less attractive, a little pudgy, and a little on the "I put out" side. We're in college, so fine, maybe he wants to bone her, and maybe she'll go through the same thing I did.
But do you think I was dropped because he found me intimidating, so he found a girl more on his level? There were clues along the way that I'm just picking up NOW, that he may have felt less than, and so he broke me down (said nit-picky things about me), and was extra arrogant at times. Like one time he was bragging a lot about his grades, and when I asked why, he literally replied "because I know they're better than yours"
-_- I guess he needed to feel smarter than me?
I go between being sad and rejected, to being COMPLETELY angry at him. And it's insulting to be dropped for a girl who has no redeeming qualities whatsoever. I'm beautiful, I'm smart, I'm talented (he never came to any of my performances, once again, another clue that he felt less than--he wouldn't be able to handle me getting all the attention).
What gives? I'm so sick of being upset over this loser.
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I;m a senior in college and I'm almost in your exact situation, except there isn't another girl in the picture. My guess is that he was intimidated by you, or maybe you made yourself too available at first and he had to chase the other girl a little bit more. Regardless, he is OBVIOUSLY someone your glad it didn't work out with. Rejection is always difficult to deal with, but the easiest way is to date other guys, keep confident and put together. Once he sees other guys flocking to you that are nicer, more secure, and cuter, he will be jealous and want you back. Then you can enjoy the sweet revenge of relaying to him that your no longer interested.0