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The problem is he is starting to get jealous of the other dates. He says he doesn’t know what he wants either but seems to be mad at me all the time.
I think it may hurt him that I’m dating but he doesn’t ask to be exclusive.
I wouldn’t mind giving a relationship a chance but I don’t want to stop dating if he can’t open up to me about it bothering him. Should I initiate the conversation or just walk away? It would be easy for me to give advice to your guy.
Unfortunately, your guy isn’t the one who wrote me this letter.
After the breakup between you and your girlfriend, she becomes your ex girlfriend.
If she accepts (generally she will if she also has something in her heart for you), take it lightly.
Don't be fast and give some time for solid friendship and reputation again with her and you can ask her about getting back together.
It's the way to get ex girlfriend back and is helped lots of boyfriends of the world.
So I’m going to give you some advice on how you can see yourself a little more clearly.
Now, to be fair, it’s extremely easy to see flaws in other people when you have them yourself. Continue to communicate this way for the rest of your life, otherwise, you will have a hard time no matter who your boyfriend might be. You’re suppose to hang out and be “friends” and share the nasty, but not get emotionally involved or feel any attachment….complicated! Maybe the OP should try finding a F*** buddy instead?
Be normal and show like you are just sharing your feelings.