I just went through a breakup with a guy I had been with for a year, he was very mean and uncaring towards the end... Told me to my face it'd take him just two weeks to get over me, and it didn't even take that long. It hasn't been a week and he's involved with another girl. I thought he really loved me... I know at some point he did... So guys, can you please tell me how the male species can be like this? Just turn off the "I care about you and love you with all my heart" switch so easily, I'm heartbroken. I'm not eating. Or sleeping. I guess I just want so insight.
Most Helpful Guy
I recall being very sour towards my high-school girlfriend a few months after she broke up with me and I realized that she was stringing me along for a few months and toying with me. Depending on how the relationship broke down, it could either be resentment or "unsorted business" that you never got to sort out, or it could be that he was a genuine prick.
Another possibility is that it is a defence mechanism. I remember when she broke up with me, that it felt like a giant hole was blown into my being, and I had to fill it with something else. Luckily I turned to books and self-improvement, but I have seen other guys pretend that nothing is wrong and suffer over a longer period.
Unfortunately, a lot of people (both genders) don't realize that the best the best thing to do at the end of a relationship is to segregate yourself from the other person and spend time with your own friends (a reason why I am adamant on me and my girlfriend having our own friends).
Anyways, hope it answers your question, and I hope you feel better soon.0
Most Helpful Girl
He's being deliberately cruel. The girl is probably an ornament for his game to make you upset. She might find the same thing happen to her.0