Assume you were seeing a guy you were friends with for years, for a few months. You just had a bad break-up with a boyfriend of 2 years. The new guy asks you to commit when things start getting serious, but you can't because you want to play the field since the break-up hurt you bad and you're afraid of anything serious. Would the guy walking away (who you see pretty frequently given you have a lot of mutual friends who go out a lot) make you rethink things and try to get back together with him? Be honest, would you, have you, could you?
(The something 'you did' part is because you made out with a guy at a bar in front of him, who you apparently started seeing that week - you ran after him apologizing (reason he asked you to commit was this situation, he asked a few days after this)).
Assume you told him you had strong feelings, you wanted to be his girlfriend, you wanted to meet families, you met parts of families, talked all the time (all day really), sex is great, and that you wanted to be together.
Would him walking away make you reconsider being single and want to be with him? What could/would you do? And is there anything he can do?
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Women are particularly irrational in this situation. I would not even try to predict her reaction except that be sure it won't be rational. Seriously... I have had a girl who texted me all day trying to make me jealous saying she found an amazing guy that actually treats her right, takes her out to dinner, etc. Then I text her that same night at one am and she still ends up hooking up with me. Anyway moving on, walking away to get her interested is very indirrect. If you are going to walk away, walk away because she is no longer of interest or worthy of you. If you want her, then be honest about it. If she keeps letting you down, then just let her go and move on.0
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