Plus like everyone said, its only saturday, another couple days and assume hes not calling. Anyone who plays games like this, assume theyre not really interested until you are SURE they are..
We are starting to fall out of love and I don't really know what else to do. We do have many points in common and usually get along well, but in the last few months our differences have been overshadowing everything else. She's overall a great person so I really want things to work out, but it takes two to tango and she seems to be unwilling to compromise any further. She has actually said twice recently: "I will do whatever I want to do and you just have to learn to accept it". Later she'll be sweet and say she does want us to work out, but I think deep inside that's what she really means as she will just keep doing things without much regards to what I think..
Just ask him about it... don't be a sneak.. open up a conversation without being confrontational..
Well I will say one thing...sometimes the worst way you can hurt a person is by not even taking a chance on them. Sometimes they may end up more scarred for the rest of their life by that (by never having the feeling of holding you in their arms again AND of course it can be very devastating to the self esteem, just the fact that someone you cared about did not want to even take the chance with you to make it real and make it work-it can make you feel that you are not "worth it") rather than you being with them, loving them, wether for a week, or 5 years, and then deciding that you need to leave. "better to have love and lost".... I guess...I am not sure that is always the case though, that is one of those old sayings that is debatable in the real world. It can hurt like to dickens to love and then lose and sometimes all you have left is hurt and you really did not get that much growth or wisdom or whatever from it after all and the good memories you have only make you hurt worse to look back on..However in your situation and his I have a feeling it might be appropriate and right on..
darling smile, and a bow in back that begs to be loosened..
I find it puzzling and draining too when men drag out long email relationships they do not seem to be interested in making real. Perhaps this is a new kind of "Player" that one needs to be wary of. Though why they would do it I have absolutely no idea, its just so unsatisfying..
hot tan tummy.
For those of you who dont know my story, I will link it here: Girlfriend of 5 years cheated.
But, what get my feathers ruffled, is how they can go back to their lives so easily, and expect you to get over it..