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I'm not sure.. That does suck, but I know over time, things will slow down. =J I had a different problem with my first girlfriend, but yeah.. Talk to him about it, but keep trying. Unless it gets really bad, then get out. He did care for you. I know he did, but I don't know if he's grown distant, or just used to it. =J2
He's playing mind games with you. Deep down he likes you but he's just afraid to admit it just yet. Would he flirt with you in front of his friends last year or get you alone to do it? Sometimes they just want to act cool in front of their friends so they tease you a bit. It reminds me of Grease how Danny was an angel at the beach and then a thug at school with his friends. Guys' minds are like the stockmarket. One day they're up and soaring high, while other days they can be as low as Simon Cowell when he was on American Idol. You just have to know when they mean what they say.25
Guys that treat you right, then wrong, then right again are going through their own issues, and they don't really care how others feel. He sounds inconsiderate and playful. Yes, he might like you; I wouldn't say love, but he seems really immature.20
this is just showing you his true colors. he wasn't worth it so thank god you didn't get into anything serious with him before. move on0
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prolly he learned that being the "nice guy" isn't always good. that's why I went 180 to most girls I know :X funny because... well I hate to say it.. but it works...0
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that's a tough read. I would classify this one of two ways. 1) he was into you last year, but he was frustrated that things didn't move forward. so, he's trying a different approach. to be less of a nice guy, more of a challenge. 2) he was never into you as anything other than a friend, but when he realized he was sending you signals that suggested otherwise, he decided to change his behavior toward you to make his intentions more obvious.
if you want to move the relationship toward something more romantic, ask him to a low pressure date. something like coffee, where you can be alone with him and get to know him a little better as an individual. it should become significantly clearer what his intentions are after that.
thanks for responding. I see what you mean for way # 1...we did kinda end in a stalemate. And for way # 2, why would he flirt with me, if he only had intentions to be my friend. He confuses me. I don't know if I want to move the relationship further because I'm not sure if he even likes me like that.