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You’re a fucking idiot dude. You have no emotional intelligence. She’s clever you’re stupid. she did this not because she is Interested but because she LIKES THE ATTENTION, if she jus left you will forget her but by doing this she knows whatever she does she is in your head. She didn’t fully win because you said ok bye but you know think she had a crush on you.There’s a reason why you are single. You’re still stupid. You do not understand girls. Gosh the weaklings these days
No. You fail to understand. I gave her attention on purpose, to get her to fancy me. Then when she liked me, like I used to, I never gave her the satisfaction. I openly flirted with other girls in front of her to make her jealous, as well.
Looooooooooooll. Noob. Big noob. Grow up dude
It's sad that you're still replying to this after a day. I forgot about this post, and I've just seen this notification from you.I won't be replying anymore.
I would like to have opinion from you. Can you DM me please, I am at level one.
I've also rejected women and tried to be their friend after the rejection, but they just ghost me if I keep talking to them or try to set up a hang out session. Lol.
I had the same thing. It was so bad for my mental health. He would tell me all the time how much he loved me, how he couldn’t imagine his life without me, that he would die for me. We talked every day and hung out all the time. But as best friends. While he was chasing after women he knew it would never work with. My breaking point was the divorced 24 year old with four kids that he dated “for fun” who he is completely disrespectful to. It’s only been a few days since I said enough. I miss talking to him, but I know it will get easier.
Did you ever ask him which type of girl he is looking for?
@caps07 I'm not sure if you're responding to me or the other girl. He simply said that he wanted to find a good woman to get married and have a family with. He kept going after the wild, party girl types who he met at the bar and put out on the 1st date though. Once he got bored with them and said they were "too slutty" for him, he moved on to the next girl who'd end up being like the previous girl and so on.
My response would be the same.
I usually convince myself that if someone says too much or goes too far during the breakup thats the true nature of that person that finally comes out and in that case it's probably better to let it go totally.
TBH I'm still wrestling with whether what happened was what she actually wanted to happen or if things just unravelled out if control. Ultimately it dosent matter. I'm left in a situation where I don't trust her, on subjects that are fundamental to any long term relationship I'm involved in.
I understand. "If's" can kill. But as long as you know it was for the best then it was.
Did you ever tried to figure out why he rejected you? ... why he is still with you if he don't like something in you?It's just sympathy sometime as I think...
@caps07 he has already told me why and I have accepted that, he would never lie to me about something so I believed him. We are not together now, he rejected me and I broke up with him and moved out. No one can force another person to love them and I have accepted that he doesn't love me as a girlfriend but he loves me as a friend and he's friends with my family and my current boyfriend of four years. During the time that I was moving out of his place we did have a lot of discussion about our relationship and where it started to go awry and even though I was really hurt about the rejection, I was also mature enough to respect his feelings and accept that he was not the right guy for me. That was six years ago but, it was the first and only break-up that I had where he and I remained friends.
Honestly, Do you think him just as friend rn?
@caps07 yes! Friend to me and my family.
Online? I didn’t think you will fall for that.
lol.. me too
Why would you be an asshole if you disappeared? She rejected you in the first place
I guess because I don't think it was the grown-up thing to do.
It is grown up thing to do in that situation, that person should be glad you ever tried to be only a friend in the first place.
@crazy8000 Actually... I tried to get with them romantically and from what I heard on the interest, guys who disappear after being rejected are labeled as assholes or jerks. I've accepted that about my actions.
I had this happen to me. I really liked him but he had a girlfriend. We got really close and he was really flirty, but because of his relationship, I couldn't let myself get involved in that so I avoided him for just a little while just to back the situation off. I didn't realise it would offend him as much as it did, but he ended up not speaking to me for months. You can't help who you have feelings for, and I wasn't prepared for how sad it actually made me. We had gotten so close that it left a huge void in my life. Even as just him as my friend. It's horrible when contact is just cut like that. You hang out everyday and then they're just not talking to you anymore. Regardless of the situation, it hurts. We do talk now, but it's not the same. It's very occasional and a little awkward. I wish I could go back and do things do things differently. Not get involved with someone else's boyfriend, but handle it a different way.
Many times those that need to grow tends to enlighten the other one to be something bad to hide their own doing.