we were together 3 years. we were bffs before we dated. i didn't want to date my bff so he chased me for a year 1/2. i finally gave it a chance and everything was going so well. he always reminded me of his love and that i would be his wife in a couple years. he gave me a promise ring after just a couple months, let me meet his parents right away & even paid for our vacation out of the country to meet more of his family. after the trip he confessed he wanted space while he handles hos own life obstacles and i couldn't accept why after all that time of our relationship going overall well. i thought it was because of a girl since he did it out of no where. he still wanted to be friends and texted me every day all day but in person he was very distant. i explained I think it was a girl and took everything he ever got me back because I don't want to wear things from an ex. after the day of me telling him I think it's a girl and returning his things in the mailbox. He's never talked to me since , but social media he has things about relationships like "trust the process, don't rush it", and "a good relationship is worth the wait", etc. which lets me know he's constantly thinking about me. so why has he ignored me for 2 1/2 months. why is he trying to get over me if just 4 months ago he was so infatuated with a future together. so confused?
Guys, why does he need to get over me?
What Guys Said 1
i think your assumptions of it being a girl showed him your quick to jump to a conclusion when what it could be is much more difficult too explain because girls always need a reason when some guys just dont have good enough reasons.
i mean have read several threads in here from where the guy did not communicate and the girl jumped to the assumption it was a girl because the guy found it hard too explain. i mean how do you explain
something that really has no words?
its hard as hell for a guy when it may be simple for girls.0
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