This girl and I dated for a few weeks and things were going really well, like I've never had things go better before or felt more of a connection with anyone before. She said she felt the same and considering everything she would tell me and how she behaved around me, I believe her. She ended up breaking things off because she wasn't ready to date seriously having just gotten out of a long serious relationship weeks prior to us dating.
She said it was only bad timing and that she really and truly cares about me and wants to try again in the future. I know it sounds like the typical excuse but this girl did everything she could to convince me that she was telling the truth. Even after we split we continued our date for 7 hours and she was telling me how she's never felt that way about a guy before and that I was the perfect guy for her, she even had a serious conversation with me about our future babies. I won't go into all of the details, but it was clear she did her absolute best for me to not misunderstand her feelings towards me and she wanted us to stay in contact witth each other.
I contacted her a few days later asking to meet up because she was being silly if that's how she really felt about me. She asked for space so I gave her some thinking she'd contact me if she wanted to talk, but she never did. I tagged her on a fb post 3 months later (a month ago) and she blocked me. I have no idea why. Anyway, I can't forget this girl, I've never felt that type of chemistry before and I completely fell in love with her. I have written a letter and was thinking of sending it to her. Terrible idea or not?
with me and told me she wanted to have my babies and to stay with her forever while she was considering marrying her current fiancé.
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Sounds like a typical serial monogamist, or a relationship jumper to me.
They cannot do single, even when it's required to fixed personal flaws that they really need to work on. No matter how unhappy, they won't leave a relationship unless they've got someone else lined up to move on to. The only exceptions to that rule are when their lives are in danger, or the other person leaves them.
When they start dating again, they go into each date assuming that this person is going to marry them before they've even truly gotten to know you, and they give you their all, until they've narrowed down their options and chosen the one they really want, they quickly dump and ghost on all the others.
They're usually very open with real feelings from day one, leaving you wanting for the mystery you think they're hiding behind, because no one is ever that honest.
Sure, she really wanted all those things, and could have taken them happily with you, if the others weren't more her type, sure she's never felt the way she felt for you before, because she's never met you before.
Take it from me, because this was me.2