I am in love with someone who likes me but won't commit to a long-distance relationship in other countries, which I understand. I'm going to be seeing him occasionally up until June.. I'm trying to keep my distance from him because seeing him makes me so unbelievably happy but sad at the same time.
We have everything in common, we make each other laugh, we can talk about anything, and there is a lot of chemistry, and we've already spent the night together.
I know this might be a cliché but I have never felt like this about anyone.. I have never met a guy who compares to him, and who would be as right for me as he is.
I know he is trying to be nice but distance himself from me, and it all just hurts so much right now.
Is cutting off contact completely the only way to go? He won't have a long-distance relationship, and I can't force him. Any advice of how I could move on? I've been trying to do for a month and my feelings have only gotten stronger.. I won't tell him how I feel because it'll probably freak him out.. is there any other way I can move on?
I don't even have time to meet anyone else and don't feel like it.. I'm just really depressed about this at the moment. People say he really likes me and stuff, but I guess it's not meant to be.
Getting over someone you're in love with Watch
- Thread Starter
- 06-03-2016 16:51
- 07-03-2016 00:46
Just hunt for as much alternative **** as you can as often as you can. That is the only way unfortunately. As I type I currently have on tinder, match and porno simultaneously. You can't get bogged down on just the one ****, you've gotta have a scattergun approach if you value sanity.
- 07-03-2016 00:52
I realised I was still in love with my ex the other day... I thought the feelings had died but they all came flowing back.
Now I've cut off all contact and that's really the only way to move on.