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TinkerbellLovesHim
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Date Joined Nov 2010
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   Posted 11/29/2010 8:04 PM (GMT -6)   
Thank you for helping it means alot. And im starting to understand that i dont need him as much as i think i do. But maybe you could answer a few questions?
He was always so loving, did everything for me. Never left when he knew my mom didnt want him with me. Told me im pretty, im amazing, he loves me, ...etc. Made plans on marriage, kids. And you'd think id be in love with that right? Well...
I did the first few months, i was ABSOLUTELY in love with him. But around the 4th month... i dont know.. Another boy made me think different? Like, i needed the other boy more cause he didnt want me. So i broke with My boyfriend. But not even a month later i took him back, kinda. We weren't really dating, but we didnt date anyone else. The whole summer was like that, i wouldnt date him, and i have no idea why? Cause now i'd say yes in a heartbeat. But then, i dont know. I just thought i should speak to my mother first. But, she was always fighting with dad. Never cared about us then. So, why make her even more mad? So i kept it like that... thinking everything was okay... But out of the blue right before school starts.... he dumped me? Is it because i didnt take him back? That i once broke his heart? Or because he could never see me? He never told me... And i wish he would. But, its not like i can ask now. He barely even speaks to me. We used to be best friends, talked all the time. What happend?!
This is us around our 2nd month...sorry if you didnt get it.  VIEW IMAGE

Hara
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Date Joined Mar 2009
Total Posts : 900
   Posted 12/14/2010 8:50 PM (GMT -6)   
Tinkerbell, I you were not sure of your intentions toward him then he might have picked up on that.
 
If your mother didn't like him in the first place I don't think talking to her would be advised.
 
If you two really didn't date that summer and he broke off a kind-of-relationship then it would not be his fault. I would try and get him to talk about how he was feeling at the time. It's only the adult thing to do in a relationship.
 
Then it could just be a platonic kind-of relationship. Those that come and go. I've had alot of those.
 
HARA
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