Is it logical to break something off with someone if you both want different things? Even if you like each other?
What Guys Said 2
Despite what he says he is , his actions just don't back up his claims here. Some people do in fact do things and may act differently while going through a rough patch that the typically wouldn't do otherwise. It's sometimes hard to actually put a finger on the cause without wondering in the back of your mind are you judging to quickly or to harshly , but at the same time you don't want to be played either0
What Girls Said 1
Yes, this is a basic incompatibility. He doesn't want a relationship now, you do. I understand why you're hurt but you are not exclusive with him and he made that rather clear (although granted I don't know when you clarified that you were not exclusive). You're clearly not ok with seeing him while not being exclusive so the responsibility was on you to leave the situation before you got your feelings hurt.
Look, sometimes you meet an awesome person at the wrong time. This is one of those cases it seems. He's not the right person for you. The right person will want the same thing you want (a relationship). Dragging this on is not going to make his change his mind. You gave it some time but it's not working out. Now you need to do the right thing for you and leave so you can find the right person.2
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