Dating depressed boyfriend
I had been dating a guy I met from an online dating site for a little over a month.
We were really good together, had a lot in common, had a blast anytime we were together.
Women who complain that men are too clingy, men who get upset when women don’t call them after sex, women who make more money than men. What it instantly brought to mind, actually, was a plot line on HBO’s new series “Tell Me You Love Me”.
Next on Jerry Springer: Men who don’t want to have sex. There’s a married couple on the show that hasn’t had sex in a year.
The second night he stayed over, he asked if we could sleep together.
I was hesitant about it, since before that all we had done was kiss.
And then TEXTED me finally to say he wasn’t “ready for a relationship.” But that’s a whole other story…
But I will give you my opinion, which, not surprisingly, might challenge yours. Sure, his breakup skills could probably use a bit of polish, but really, this guy acted with total integrity.Unlike every jackass who has ever slept with a woman he had no intention of committing to, this guy refused to do so.So apart from blowing you off by text message, how has he done anything wrong?I dated someone last year for two and a half months before we had sex. Because I wasn’t sure that I wanted her to be my girlfriend, and I didn’t want to hurt her by sleeping with her and bailing.
So he apologized for asking and said he wanted me to: “make him wait.” The next time he stayed over, I said I didn’t want to wait anymore (hey, I’m only human! He said how most of his relationships had been purely physical, and he didn’t want that for us.
As much as I would like to believe he wanted to wait because he really liked me, that theory was thrown out the door when a couple of weeks ago he pulled a 180 and quit returning my calls and texts for 3 days.