But he made me feel like one of the most beautiful women in the world, so I thought I would try something new and give him a chance.
But before long our differences caught up with us and I learned I would never be the sweet, compliant, mousy blonde that he desired to marry. 2 months later, I saw on social media that he was happily dating a bright-eyed, sweet mousey blonde. I wasn’t even in the mindset of dating when we met.
Report any rule violations using the report button. I met a boy in my differential equations class, and eventually we went out together!
We went to the top of the mountain by school and watched the sky line until 4am. He made me lunch and I bought us breakfast the next morning. Like I was going to run into him by mistake and it would indeed be weird and uncomfortable. So I texted him to ask for closure.22m) I was afraid of talking to a girl that got my attention at a lunch table at my college, because I've always, had low self esteem and assumed I'd appear creepy to others, I overcame it and talked to her.
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So he was sent the follow up text later that night, and we both agreed on going out again soon. Just wondering if it's better if I wait a few weeks or do it as soon as possible. For initial context: I’m a 26F living in a large metropolitan city in the PNW.
I also don’t deal with rejection well, so it takes a lot for me to accept someone into my life with the possibly of being hurt.I honestly saw a future in this guy and felt like he did too - most of our ideals and morals aligned, both career-focused but very social, and I felt like we could have had a really wonderful relationship. After his return from 2-week business trip about a month into our “relationship” he decided he didn’t have the time to dedicate to something he was unsure would sustain long-term. And I kind of failed to ask the specific questions I needed for closure. I don’t wait to text them if I find something humorous or interesting that I think they’ll like, I send it immediately.If we’ve gone out on a few dates and everything seems to be going great, I don’t hold back talking about future plans, wanting them to meet my friends or being super upfront, open and honest right from the get-go.If I deem this guy worthy of my time, I want him to become a part of my life immediately. But in this day in age, it seems like this course of action scares all men (boys) away.I also tend to put him first, sacrificing my dreams and compromising my wants for him. But here’s the thing - my lifestyle and attitude portrays that I don’t NEED a man.