My boyfriend and I have been dating for eight months ...and the trouble I'm having is... when he spends the night with me, he gets up and he says "See ya later"... I wish that he would give me a detailed answer...like. "Honey, I'll see you around noon...If I can't do that, I'll call you." (sounds respectful) I can't wait on this man "at all" ...I have no patients...I have things to do too...so he leaves me hanging and I leave him hanging...I don't tell him what I'm doing and he doesn't tell me what his doing..(I did explain earlier in the relationship that he was frustrating me) and his answer was he couldn't do that for me it just wasn't him...: ) ...and the moral of this story is we are no longer boyfriend and girlfriend now. I do know that I will get that phone call... in the future.
Why is my boyfriend so disrespectful, but yet he loves me?
What Guys Said 1
The solution for this is a tall order & involved breaking some bad habits.
If you both love each other, even this problem can be hurtled.
>There must be a time & place that you meet, be it once a month, week, day, whatever. This must be designed so that other events that might interfere are at bay; e.g. Sundays noon-10pm are considered free from business & other distractions, many nights are not planned ...
> There is some mystique to meeting on the fly, so what's wrong with getting a general rendezvous time, then tying it down by cell phone later?
> Being so self-centered as to not attempt to make contact in these simple ways = not relationship material on either side, NOT to mention NO animal/emotional attraction to the other e.g. "you are the air I need to breathe". Such overnight meetings then may be judged as less than romantic is this is truly the case. Being a big man/stud, free as a bird = not about you (& vice versa).0
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