I'm dating a shy guy that never dated before me and we are now at three months.
That was really difficult to deal with when we first started dating because he was always a bit distant and I always felt like that meant he didn't like me enough and then eventually broke up with him. When I did though, he suddenly told me that if that was the reason I was breaking up, I shouldn't be breaking up because he really cares but he just doesn't know how to express himself and now he'll try harder etc etc. So we got back together.
So far, so good.
However, his behavior did improve now in a sense that he calls me more often, which is nice.
Now the other day though we set up a Skype date because we've both been too busy with study and work to hang out, we set up a time and everything, and then he doesn't show.
Then he sends me a Facebook message 4h later explaining in less than 20 words that he's sorry he didn't come on but his computer charger died so he couldn't make it (and his phone was broken at the time). I was pissed already at that point since I feel he should have told me as soon as he knew he wouldn't make it.
Then he leaves me hanging for two days, I literally hear nothing, and then when he finally realizes I'm pissed, he decides to get in touch with me again, which then meant we ended up having a fight.
He says he's really sorry for ditching me, says it wasn't intentional and insists that he didn't think it would be a big deal at the time. As to why he was MIA for two days after, he didn't have an answer.
He seemed sincere when he said he really cares and he's sorry he screwed up but I keep feeling like an idiot for taking him back all the time. I mean, if someone needs to be told to think of you and stands you up and then doesn't bother to fix it, isn't that a really bad sign for your relationship?
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