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[QUOTE=SophiaM]Goody and Stacy, you always cheer me up!! Always. I feel so much more confident already :) So, you don't suppose it's a good idea to call NG and find out what's going on? I don't think it is, but on some level I'm tempted, only because we seemed to have such a great time together.[/QUOTE]

I'm so glad you're feeling a little better, Sophia--you really do have so much to be proud and confident about! I know how frustrating and tough it can be to go through so many duds and keep putting yourself out there and meeting new guys, but someday soon it will pay off when you finally meet that guy who sweeps you off your feet. I don't think it's a good idea to call NG because if he wants to pursue anything with you, he will contact you, no matter what. It doesn't matter if you're lukewarm or don't return his calls--if he wants you, he'll be persistent and chase you down until he finally wins you over. It can be really confusing when you meet someone that seems like such a gret match for you and someone you have so much fun with, yet he seems to disappear...but if it's meant to be, you won't be even a little confused when it comes to his intentions for you. At this point, even if NG calls, I think you have a right to be a little angry and aloof because he left you hanging...I don't like or trust guys who don't do what they say when they promise to do it, and I really think you deserve a lot better. If he gets back in touch and you want to see him, that's one thing, but I think you'd also be justified in telling him you deserve better treatment and that he blew his shot with you. I read parts of "He's Just Not That Into You" in the bookstore recently and really liked what those authors had to say...women would have a much easier time dating if we stopped making excuses or giving guys the benefit of the doubt when their actions suggest ambivalence or a lack of interest. If he's not smart enough to realize how lucky he was to meet you and not let you get away, then I think you'd be better off with a guy who is more decisive and aggressive than NG. Just my opinion, but I think you deserve nothing less than the best when it comes to both guys and friends.





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