Should I text him back after he got mad at me?
Hi, I've been dating this guy for 2 months and for the past few weeks he's really been asking a lot about the other guys that I'm dating. He'll ask if I see them as often as I see him, and kinda gets jealous whenever I talk about the other guys I'm dating (each time he brings it up). I thought he kept bringing it up Because he wants 2 be more exclusive...but then he got mad at me.This was our last text convo before we got in an arguement...
me: Are you asking who I'm dating Because your affraid that I kiss them and stuff too? or are you asking Because you wanna be more exclusive with eachother
him: kinda a combination of both
me: well the option of being excusive is on the table if you want that. but if not, then I'll continue seeing other ppl...no biggie
him: well have fun with that!
me: what's that supposed 2 mean? you sound mad. I just meant that if you wanna be exclusive that's OK but if not then we can still date other ppl
him: I'm not mad!
So, should I text him this morning apologizing for the mixup? My friends say I shouldn't but I don't know y he got upset with me...he does that whenever we're on the subject of other guys. (we met on an online dating site if that means anything)
What's Your Opinion?
Most Helpful Opinion
Call him and talk about something else. If he isn't actually mad, then you can refer to the text. Say that texting causes mixups sometimes.
If you're actually more interested in him than other people, tell him so. But don't suggest being exclusive anymore. Let him bring that up if he's comfortable.
End the call politely, then go back to business as usual, knowing the ball is in his court. Continue telling the truth about seeing other people, if he asks.
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I would say text him...but not to apologize, because you did nothing wrong. In ny opinion, there's still more work to be done on this issue. Even though he says he isn't mad, there's a tone in his voice that's leads me to believe he's not satisfied with the conclusion...or lack thereof. Don't just leave this hanging.
I agree with your friend,don't text him you did nothing wrong. As a matter of fact you did the right thing by clearing this up to him. Now if he wants to be exclusive he better say something because your not a mind reader.Your not going to stop going out on dates with other people just because he doesn't like it, his problem not yours.