This fight keeps happening over and over of bear break ups. He’s so funny, we laugh together, have great sex, we go on dates (but only if I plan them)
I just don’t feel like this is a relationship, surely if you are in a relationship you see each other more and enjoy the company you have?
I just don’t understand what is happening. It’s what brought me to this article. I’m so scared I am going to lose a man that I love with my whole heart, want to marry, and that I have 3 1/2 years of my life to.
I’m sorry about this, I can really relate as it happened to me in the past as well. I had a boyfriend that I was madly in love with. We had a great relationship – Just like yours. Great talks, laughing. We also lived together. We were in college together, and when ever I tried to talk about the future and where we’ll live when we finish school – He avoided the subject. Deep down, just like you, I knew where this was going. But I refused to accept it. When school ended he decided to live with his parents until he got a job. He never invited me to come, but I came to live there anyway. I refused to take the hints. You probably know how this ended. He built up the courage to break up with me only after buying a car together – A month later.
I think that your boyfriend sadly wants to end this. But your reaction has scared him and he doesn’t know sugar daddy how to deal with your grief. That’s why he said “I guess not”. In my humble opinion, the only chance you have in saving this relationship is to let him have what he wants and keep your dignity. If you let him walk away while keeping your self respect and self worth, he may wake up in the near future and realize what he is missing.
Hi Lisa, Me and my boyfriend have been together for over a year now; at the start of the relationship it was fantastic
But if you drag this until he is forced to “brutally” break up with you, he’ll never see you as someone he can be attracted to again. (suite…)