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March 7, 2017 at 9:01 pm in reply to: Missing the girl that walked out me when i thought her intentions were real #137073
It sounds like she’s not interested and you gave her the impression that you weren’t interested when you started to take days to respond back to her. She probably took that as a sign that you weren’t interested and she moved on. I suggest you do the same.
Do not tell his wife. You do not have the right to do that and I’m suspecting you are doing this with hopes that she will see your side and/or alleviate your guilty feelings. You left the relationship, so move on. I don’t mean to write words that can sound harsh, but you didn’t tell the wife when you were in the relationship, so why now? I suggest a clean break from the guy and the situation and hope that you can forgive yourself (I’m not judging you at all, but based on your words, it sounds like you are suffering). I hope this helps.
I ended up never meeting up with him because he cancelled last min and then has blown me off ever since. I was bummed at first, but then thought this person doesn’t know me at all, so whatever issues he has are not mine.
- This reply was modified 5 years, 11 months ago by Elisabeth.
I’m going out on a date with someone else. First date and no expectations. 🙂
Im very confused by your story. You are in a current relationship with someone who is in your town, but pining over someone you liked abroad? I’m not judging, just asking for clarification.
IT’s possible that he didn’t see a future with you and ended it. You may never know why, but he doesn’t owe you a response honestly. Three months is not very long. I know it’s hard, but please try to move on. I think you may be analyzing this a bit much. When we get to know people early on, it’s a lot of trial and error. It may simply be a case that your lifestyles weren’t compatible.
Thanks, I’m going to try this tonight. I’m in a good place now and want to continue on this path.
Thanks Anita, I realize this now and am happy. Maybe one day I will talk to him again, but my spirit is telling me to leave him be for now.February 23, 2017 at 1:20 am in reply to: What does true romantic love mean to you? How does it look like? #128951
I wish I had words of wisdom, but I too am going through something similar. I’m just writing to let you know that you’re not alone. I wish you love and light as you seek your answer.
I’m not sure if this is a poem or a real-life situation, but I read your post to be beautiful. You’re a great writer.
This is true. His last relationship was with someone who who depended on him heavily. You gave me a lot to think about and looking at other threads, I see you are wealth of knowledge. Thanks again.
I am an SLP and do provide online services to some clients in China, so I see the benefit. However, there’s a big difference between one trying to improve their accent modification and one using an online platform to work on fear and trust issues. Then again, some of my clients see their issues as critical as well…so I guess it depends on the perspective.
Living up North is great, though I wouldn’t want to do it forever. The things I miss the most are cheap flights and having access to choices when it comes to amenities. Once again, you’re right. Chris is independent as well. Since I started that thread, you have given me a different perspective to look at things. Also, I looked into Peter’s suggestion and have found that I like the author’s philosophies. Thanks so much. 🙂
Thanks a lot for your suggestion. I’m going to look this up on Amazon right now. 🙂
You’re right, not all therapists are equal as each one has different philosophies, credentials, and experiences. I live in Northern Alaska, so there aren’t that many professionals around. I’ve been looking on Psychology Today. I would be open to other suggestions. I’m also considering finding a therapist remotely and having sessions online using a secured platform. Thanks for your words of wisdom. I’m a work in progress, but have come a long way.
As an outsider, it sounds like he is doing you a favor. Most people do not move from one relationship to the next so quickly and there are a lot of red flags for the new girlfriend. I can understand your feelings of sadness, but hope that you do not think that you deserved this outcome. I am sending feelings of positivity and light to know that you’re appreciated and loved.