My "ex" boyfriend with whom I have been for a year, asked for time/space 2 weeks ago for no precise reason. I went on the no contact or rather limited responses method AND no initiate contact.
I got all sorts of texts from: "hey , how was the party last night?" to "I think about you constantly".
I did not respond to all, and only one call answer where I agreed to meet him.
And this is the thing:
We met, talk a little about the past but I tried to keep it to a minimum as I did not want to pressure him.
And finally I noticed he had been suffering from the break and he told me he had not expected it to be that way/hard for him. (since I did NC).
and he told me he still wants to see me once a week, and wants us to see each other tomorrow. He says he needs time to handle his shit (work and also moving in his new aprtment) and he said that then he will be able to be 100% present in a long term relationship.. is it bullshit talk?
I just said ok once a week. BUT I don't want to end up on the friend zone or sex friend.
So how can I avoid the friend/ sex zone and get him to want to be together more than once a week? I'm planning on no sex on those dates? good or bad. I don't want to make things easy for him, its just not fair.
BTW: I'm planning on dating other guys, one guy quite cute asked me out. I don't think I should be waiting for by boyfriend to change attitude soon, so why not have fun. I thought about going along for a month but after that if there is no change to move on definitely.
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Don't wait on him, go on that date with the other guy.1