He said he didn't want a serious relationship right now. He said we could still be friends but he didn't really talk to me unless I started it. He said I did nothing wrong and that it was him. Then he hooked up with a slut and doesn't talk to her anymore. Then, he told my friend that he was frustrated that he "found the right girl but doesn't stay with her." Is that me? Does he want me back?
OhMyLucyDarling answered Saturday February 6 2010, 2:21 am: If a guy doesn't know what he wants then obviously he isn't ready to have a serious relationship, Even if that was you, you still might want to give him time to straighten things out until he is sure he knows what he wants. If he said he didn't want a serious relationship then don't rush things or you won't get one. [ OhMyLucyDarling's advice column | Ask OhMyLucyDarling A Question ]
Volleyball2150 answered Saturday February 6 2010, 12:08 am: i'd give him some time to cool off. dont talk to him for like a week. just let him cool off and let him think. after a week, talk to him. preferably in person because that makes you a stronger person over the years. then just talk to him. ask him how he feels about this. then tell him how you're feeling. i promise if you guys just talk about it, something will change. for better or for worse, who knows. but if you just sit around and dont do anything... nothing is going to happen. and if nothing happens, you'll start to get sad and depressed.. you dont want that now do you?
nobody can really "tell" you what to do. it has to come from your heart. if youre mad at him, tell him. if you love him and dont want him to go, tell him.
if you take advice from us on specifically what to say, then its not coming from you, which means its fake.
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