I am sure he needs time so i backed off after that. I dont blame him for being disappointed as i am in myself over it as well. But im not that person anymore and it all happened before i even knew him. To be clear what i did hadn't hurt anyone except, perhaps, myself. I hadn't learned to love myself quite yet and it showed in my behavior.
It's been 2 days since he said that he was disappointed and that he doesn't know what to say or how to say it...
Should i just assume that this will never blow over and that he will never see me as who i am now again versus the girl i was in the story of my past?
i feel like shrinking into non-existance to know that he is disappointed in me. He too has stories of his past that werent so great but he isn't that person anymore either. I didn't bother to bring up his story of his past as it wouldn't have changed anything and would only be a petty desperate action...
noone is perfect... i just hope he can forgive me my past...
im not really sure what my question is here but if anyone has anything insightful to offer i would appreciate it.
low and sulking... =/
Most Helpful Guy
I couldn't be with someone if they told me from 18-30 they loved spending it having as much sex as possible for example, I've never dated, had a girlfriend, etc... so I couldn't be with someone if they have gone well beyond what I never had a chance at because I've always been that guy who has always been left out so if she tells me she has been with more than 50 guts and more than 2,000 getting laid then I would tell her not to contact me ever again0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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Odds are that he will constantly be thinking about it if you continue being together. Also, it's quite possible that he may use it against you during arguments.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE