I was seeing this guy for over a year. We got on so well and we were both crazy about each other. Last few months he changed. I kept asking why and he would go quiet. He refused to discuss it. Which made me go mad. I kept pestering him, calling him, texting him, begging to know the reason. And the more I did the more he ignored me and the madder I got cause I am crazy about him and it hurts that he no longer feels the same way about me. I need closure but he wo't give me it. Now he has texted to say good luck and I suspect blocked my number on his phone cause of the way I bombard him with texts. I feel so alone I liked him and trusted him loads. I had just come out of an abusive relationship and he was there for me. Now I have no one and I don't even know WHY he changed
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He's dumped me and won't text me back watch
- Thread Starter
- 06-01-2013 14:47
- Thread Starter
- 06-01-2013 15:07
- 06-01-2013 15:15
You come across as awfully needy, pull yourself together and reclaim some dignity.
No wonder he's snubbed you, just reading your post makes me feel like I'm suffocating.
Give him some space & time.
- 06-01-2013 15:23
You came across as whiny, needy and desperate. Most normal guys head would explode. Give him some time...
- 06-01-2013 15:26
I agree with the first 2 posters that your behaviour is rather off-putting
I disagree when they say give him time
I would say ... accept that this is over and move on
However ... look at your self esteem issues before you consider entering another relationship ... if you were in an abusive relationship have you had counselling ... if not I think it would be a good idea
- 06-01-2013 15:28
I agree with above ^
it's over, accept it and move on, time heals everything.
Definitely look at your self esteem before entering into a new relationship, the kind of behaviour you've described would chase even the best person anyway. When you're in a relationship you're in it because you want to be not because you need to be.
- 06-01-2013 15:35
he's made himself perfectly clear. if i were you i'd accept his choice and cut him off. move on now, smile
- 06-01-2013 15:54
The thing here is that you seem to think that it was his responsibility to pick up the pieces after you got out the abusive relationship and that he somehow has some sort of obligation to stay with you. You have to work through any issues from a previous relationship before you get into a new one. You didn't need a boyfriend back then - that was the last thing you needed. You probably needed to see a counsellor instead.