Hi, I was introduced 2 a guy through a common friend. he was from a small town but highly educated n well behaved. we hit off like house on fire. we were happy together. but I would still say I cared for him more n even helped him financially, which he acknowledged. his chances of getting job in bangalore seemed bleak, d same place I alao live, so he went back ro his home town to join his dad's business.
after that his behaviour changed. he would say he doesn't feel romantically for me. though he still would share everything about him with me. he would come to bangalore and hold my hands, kiss me n go vack home n again behave strangely. one day he tells me his parents r looking for a match for him. n one day he says he's engaged. it's true that it was an arranged set up. I finally stopped talking to him after a bad fight. wiithin a month of our break up he's supposed to get married. within a month his marriage was fixed which is d truth as it is common in india n our common friend knows everything. now 4 days left for his weddin n he's sensing me this msg:
'As a friend I want u to come for my wedding. I want to b your friend always, as we shared a lot wid each other. its ok if u can't come. hv a great life.'
I feel it's a saddistic thing to do and now my mind is going crazy, though I haven't replied. please help.
Most Helpful Guy
It is very malicious. Do not be surprised when he is married that he sends you more messages. Run. Marriage, even arranged is still marriage. He has no right to ask that of you. He is gauging if you will attend the marriage to see if he can still play around.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
It's a selfish, self-centered, inconsiderate request usually done when dumpers want to relieve themselves of guilt by being able to have the peace of knowing that you're just a call or text away. Not cool
Don't go to that wedding. He ended things so that doesn't mean he gets to demote you yet benefit from your presence. Walk away with your dignity.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE