All I ask for is a little honesty, if he doesn’t want to see me anymore for whatever reason, just be a man and end it with a little dignity. It’s not like we had only gone out a couple times, we spent a fair amount of time with each other and I thought that if anything else, he would always be a friend.
Listen, Charlene, your last paragraph smacks of passive victimhood.
And all I’m trying to do here is smack you out of it.
and he was at a party, said he would call me later. and left me a voicemail saying he was sorry he didn’t call earlier, that he would’ve invited me but I wouldn’t have had any fun because it was mostly a bunch of guys.
So on Monday I sent him a text asking what he was doing, and he never responded.
Asking him to give up this privilege of having a sexual relationship without making any effort is foolish.
It would be like expecting a homeless man to give back a bill he found on the street.By Thursday (a week since I’d seen him last) he still hadn’t called so I called him and he did the ‘answer the phone and hang it up to make it look like a dropped call’ game twice before he finally answered the third time.When he did answer he was pretty rude, said I read too much into things, that he’s been busy and that’s the only reason he hasn’t called me.I guess I just want a little insight into the mind of a 38-year-old man that behaves like a high school kid.It is really frustrating, a setback to the confidence and self esteem that I did have before I met him, which wasn’t much to begin with.Doesn’t exactly sound like the behavior of a woman who is happy as a casual dater, does it? For the record, I don’t think what he’s doing is cool.