I think I’ve been dumped. Yeah, it’s not right, but it’s ok. The only frustrating thing about the whole thing? This man is pretending he has not dumped me. I mean, things took an obvious turn when he actually said that he did not want a serious relationship (with me?), and I said that I understood. I was bummed about it but I certainly respected the fact that he was honest enough to tell me.
So, imagine my surprise when his phone calls, text messages, and requests to spend time with me…continued. I expected us to be friendly, but I figured it would be, you know, friendly from a distance! At least long enough for me to get over the little love jones I had have.
I never thought I’d say it, but that whole disappearing act is starting to appeal to me. At least I would have less confusion! I am just wondering why he doesn’t give me space. (Why haven’t I asked for it?) It’s actually frustrating because I do enjoy his company. I just wish he knew how to quit me!
Guys, is it hard for you to break up or dump a girl that isn’t your type? If you two have a great time together, do you try to keep her in your life? Do you usually delete her phone number? Do you avoid places you may run into her?
Ladies, have you ever had a guy break up with you, yet, he would not fall back? What did you do? How do you make room for a new potential, if the recently departed dude won’t ..um, depart? If you could choose how a guy dumps you, would you prefer the “The Lingerer” (as in my case) or “The Casper” (as in, he gets ghost!)
I think men generally know that it won’t work out a great deal quicker than women. Now, actually doing something about it, is a different story. They dont like being “the bad guy”. I could be wrong, what do you think?