Me  and this guy  have a long past. We talked about a month ago and he practically admitted he still wants to marry me because he did when we were dating. But he's in a long term relationship which I think from his perspective is going badly. I don't want to worry about his relationship and I don't want to be with him right now, but I want to when him and I have both matured enough to be able to fix the problems we had when we were dating (trust issues, clinginess, etc)
I really do want to spend the rest of my life with him and it isn't in a lustful way nor is it infatuation I just honestly would do anything for him and I've felt this way for two years. When we were together said he wanted to have a family with me and marry me and that he was in love with me and never felt this way about anyone before and I did not take his virginity but I took a lot of his "firsts"
How do I move on right now, but still leave room for a future together?
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Keep in touch, maybe its meant to be ...0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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It would seem a strange thing for him to be in a long term relationship and at the same time consider wanting to be marry you in the future. People change as time moves on. He is committed elsewhere and you are biding your time to when he is free and hoping he will come back to you.
He has moved on from you, if he wanted to be with you, he would be. Just cos he said he wanted to marry you and have children with you, was when you were together, the same cannot be said of now.
You cannot move on 'temporarily'. You either move on or stay where you are, hoping that he will come back to you. You are still young and have a whole life in front of you. You say you sorted out the problems that made you break up. Was the trust issues on his or your side? The clinginess, is a sure sign of insecurity, as is being needy.
The best thing for you to do is to move on with your life. Go out with friends, have fun, meet new people.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE