- do I give him enough space to be a good friend and not rush it again
- do I give him space and just drop it completely
What's your advice?
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I'm not sure I understand the entire situation. He has an ex that he's not over? He's dating you for the first time? But doesn't really want to date you? He's not sure what he wants and he calls you annoying for wanting something normal?
Yeah, either way, this guy has a heap of problems accompanying him. You need to back off. Completely. Let him do his own thing and you do yours. He has no right to ask you to stay faithful to you when he's not your boyfriend. He has no right to monopolise your feelings when he can't give you all of his. He has no right to tell you you're annoying because you're not. You're normal. He's the one with a problem and it's so severe that he can't give you what you want and deserve. Therefore, move on. He needs to be the bigger person and get his sh*t together before bothering you with it, but he's not. So you have to do it. Not for him, but for you. It's not fair, but right now his problems affect you.
Move on and if you are truly meant to be, or if he truly cares, then you might find each other again in the (near) future. If not? You might have found a real diamond. Someone you deserve. Either way.. win win!
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