He doesn't want to meet up anymore - is his excuse credible or is it a bs?
Topic: Dissertation only degrees
May 25, 2019 / By Comfort Question:
Hey. We were meeting up for a short time in March and have had sex. The was an attraction on many levels, had a great time etc. Ok, we had sex too soon and it has left me a bit nervous about what he thinks of me etc. He has left for three weeks back to his town and I didnt get any messages from him at all, despite him promising he'll call.
So after some time i sent him an angry message on FB saying that if he just wanted me for sex and has left, he could at least tell me as Im not just a piece of meat. He called a few days later when he got credit. He said he doesnt have access to internet at all and wasnt on FB. I felt soo stupid. I told him about the message, explained the reason behind it and to ignore it. He agreed and said he understands me.
He doesn't live in my town - he just does a degree here and has just graduated. He is going Masters in September, but in a different city.
The only thing he has to complete here is a dissertation and some exams. After that, at the end of May, he's leaving. For the summer holidays, he's going back to his country and comes back in Sept (but not back to my town).
He's back in town and saw the message then. And that's why we haven't seen each other.
We have spoken about it through the phone. He told me he likes me a lot, I'm great etc. I admitted I like him as well. The fact that it would end in one month isn't an issue for me and suggested we spend the time to the fullest. That it's just about having a good time, hang out, have sex etc. You know, just to enjoy the moment and have a good memory. He says it's not going to work out. He says that he wouldn't like me to get hurt at the end, he doesn't want 'just a fling', and that he's gonna end up very hurt because he would get closer and closer with me and knows he'll like me even more after this last month. So in his opinion, it's better to end it NOW. He kept apologising.
I insisted on my idea though but have given him the choice - if he doesn't want it, fine (well, not fine at all...) and that's it. We both have lots of uni work to do now. He asked me to give him more time and he'll call in a week to discuss it further.
I'm confused. I do get his point, but it upsets me that he doesn't even want to see me before he leaves (well, he denies it and claims he wants to, but is just being 'realistic'. Is his explanation valid? Or is it just a cozy BS to let me down easy?
Jewel: bleh, stop giving answers for the sake of the points.
I really ain't interested in stupid answers, thanks.
Best Answers: He doesn't want to meet up anymore - is his excuse credible or is it a bs?
Berniece | 7 days ago
He is right. He will just fall for you more and more if you meet up again. If he doesn't just want a fling and doesn't want to get hurt then just accept it and move on.
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There is no letting you down easy. You will not allow that. You took too seriously, what he poked at you in fun. You can not make a person love you. For all you know he may have dependents some where. He wanted to string you along, but you countered that. now he only has a fast get away left.
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