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I met the perfect guy. We have personalities that are perfect for each other. But he has a girlfriend. Before you accuse me, I am not disrespectful, I have shown no interest at all, made no attempts to flirt or anything, whilst he is in a relationship. His relationship is constantly on and off. Should I wait for him or move on? Bearing in mind I have never met someone so perfect.
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But what if he doesn’t move on? YOU need to move on.
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Move on.
He’s not the “perfect guy”
You’re dreaming.

And next time, maybe wait more than ten minutes before demanding responses.
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Not to crush your heart but you should probably keep firm distance.

Even if, say, he eventually cuts her off.. there’s going to be still emotional attachments for some time which may or may not affect his relationship with you (that’s if you both got together.)

So you probably should just not interfere with that entirely.

Give it quite some time I’d say.
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(Original post by GabiAbi84)
Move on.
He’s not the “perfect guy”
You’re dreaming.

And next time, maybe wait more than ten minutes before demanding responses.
I'm worried I'll never find someone so perfect again though. Like I've dated so many guys in my life, I'm 25 now, and never has a guy or a girl been so perfect for me. But he is.
And I wasn't demanding I just wanted it to go back on the recent thread page because otherwise how do people see it (and it worked).
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(Original post by CaptainDuckie)
Not to crush your heart but you should probably keep firm distance.

Even if, say, he eventually cuts her off.. there’s going to be still emotional attachments for some time which may or may not affect his relationship with you (that’s if you both got together.)

So you probably should just not interfere with that entirely.

Give it quite some time I’d say.
This is definitely what Im scared of. How much time should I give it?
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I'm worried I'll never find someone so perfect again though. Like I've dated so many guys in my life, I'm 25 now, and never has a guy or a girl been so perfect for me. But he is.
And I wasn't demanding I just wanted it to go back on the recent thread page because otherwise how do people see it (and it worked).
You won’t find anyone unless you keep looking.
You don’t know that’s he’s perfect for you at all since you have never been in a relationship with him-you just think he would be.
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You won’t find anyone unless you keep looking.
You don’t know that’s he’s perfect for you at all since you have never been in a relationship with him-you just think he would be.
How do I keep looking?
We were in a kind-of relationship before. It was really complicated.
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This is definitely what Im scared of. How much time should I give it?

It just depends on him really

It could take as long as he finally forgets about her.
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It just depends on him really

It could take as long as he finally forgets about her.
They cheat on each other constantly but there is surely some sort of love there if they keep going back to each other?
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He isnt really perfect if he with someone who isn’t u is he ?
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They cheat on each other constantly but there is surely some sort of love there if they keep going back to each other?


Toxic love, maybe.

Quite common, actually. It’s hard to break the trance.
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He isnt really perfect if he with someone who isn’t u is he ?
Well he is, I don't think that changes the fact that he's perfect for me.
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Toxic love, maybe.

Quite common, actually. It’s hard to break the trance.
I don't know anything about toxic love, I've never experience it. Is it real love?
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I don't know anything about toxic love, I've never experience it. Is it real love?

nah.
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How do I keep looking?
We were in a kind-of relationship before. It was really complicated.
So he’s cheating on this other girl he’s in a relationship??
Yeah, sounds perfect!
Go out, join clubs, that’s how you keep looking.
Move on from this daydream.
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Well he is, I don't think that changes the fact that he's perfect for me.
He is perfect for u. But that don’t make u perfect for him lol.
Idk but it’s sounds really weird.
Imagine waiting in line for a relationship ….
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(Original post by GabiAbi84)
So he’s cheating on this other girl he’s in a relationship??
Yeah, sounds perfect!
Go out, join clubs, that’s how you keep looking.
Move on from this daydream.
Dude, no need to be so harsh.
I go clubbing about 3 times a week, go to bars too, I use Tinder. I've been doing this for years and never found anyone who remotely compares.
The fact he is cheating on his current gf (and she is doing the same) doesn't bother me. That's not my business.
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He is perfect for u. But that don’t make u perfect for him lol.
Idk but it’s sounds really weird.
Imagine waiting in line for a relationship ….
When you say it like that :laugh:
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