He always told me we would see where things go, turned me on a lot of my guy friends, lied to me about a lot of things, and had no respect for me or my feelings in the end. Next thing I know, he's dating a girl with the same name as me. He spent almost three months on me and I couldn't get him to think about committing to anything. Why did she get him in two weeks?
But it just keeps hitting me that he moved on. I didn't understand why he got to treat me like he did and she got all the good parts of him, with no repercussions. And he doesn't even care. I tried to be the best I could be to him and he honestly brought out the best in me. I don't understand how he just turned on me like he did. And yes, I've tried to find another job but haven't heard back
Most Helpful Guy
From a relationship coaching lens, I will be brutally honest here:
1) Just based on how you described the situation, it was easier for him to move on to her. He had to 'leave' you because of the restaurant situation and although he could've found a way to come back, he met someone else that, in his mind, was easier to continue a relationship with. This based on the cloud that was already existing amongst you two.
2) Men do not like to feel pressured or chased by women. You said you 'tried so hard', 'took the blame for everything', etc. This made him feel like you were REALLY dedicated to him and he panicked, as men tend to do when they feel pressured or chased. When he told you he 'would see' where things went, he was VERY LIKELY pushing you away right then and there.
I must say, in all of this, none of this makes him right and you wrong. In fact, he took the easy way out whereas you were looking for ways to make it work. You gave all and he walked away--I am professionally glad that it ended now as opposed to you spending more of your time with him. Why? Because 10 years and 500 clients later in this field tells me that everything you described sounds like a guy who would've always had the upper hand (and knew it) and likely would've cheated on- or left you for- someone else anyways.
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Most Helpful Girl
Some people just have a better connection and more chemistry. It's nothing against you personally they just clicked so you need to try and move on. He may not have respected your feelings, but you can respect yourself and not waste anymore time on him.
As a side note it's really wrong to load other people's photos without their permission. I'm sure you wouldn't appreciate it if someone posted your photos on an online forum without your consent for people to judge - posting hers because you're feeling insecure about their relationship is a low blow