I've been seeing a guy long distance for three months, and we dated for about two months before that.
I saw him tonight, and... I dunno.
It didn't feel the same as before.
Even today, as we were preparing to meet again, we were both so exciting, and constantly texting. But after tonight, I feel kinda empty. I don't have that same... sexual attraction or euphoria seeing him. He did nothing wrong to make me like him any less.
Is this weird? I don't know why I feel like this and I'm so confused.
Most Helpful Guy
Feelings of attraction don't last and is why long-distance relationships are really tough.
It's possible you picked up on something, even if you're not aware of it consciously. Like I said, feelings of attraction, lust, and infatuation don't last and it's impossible to recreate them when they die off.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
it's actually very normal. you are mentally preparing for the possibility of it turning into a relationship. the normal step when you're with someone you like. what it means is that you're ready. the excitement comes from the uncertainty- of not knowing what will happen. but now you know- and you're not excited anymore. you know he likes you- you like him. and there's also a certain degree of conquest involved in your part. for men it doesn't really count if he can't get you into bed. for you- just knowing he likes you is probably enough to slake your thirst. he's no challenge anymore and you'll start to want to move on to a different guy. if you saw him with another woman you'd be insanely jealous- but at the same time you say you yourself like him less. what you REALLY want- is to keep him as an option. you think you can still play the field and then have a menu to choose from. extremely unwise. but what do i know? do what you want. ruin your life. ruin your chances with this guy. ruin another otherwise good guy so that he'll just be another guy who turns his nose up at marriage and relationships and becomes a MGTOW. you're playing a stupid game and you should let him know now that you're no good for him- or else marry him. or try your darndest to make it work. we women already have a bad rep for ruining marriage. you don't need to add to it.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE