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DublinD4ParticipantMarch 30, 2016 at 2:12 pm #96845
I met this guy maybe a week before valentines day. He’s around my age, mid-twenties, and he’s actually still in school. I believe he’s taking 21 credits (Not all from the same school, some are online) which is a TON. I couldn’t handle all that even if I was working. He also works two part time jobs and plays sports for the school, who are paying him to play there.
When I met him, we hung out maybe 1-2 times/week. We had great chemistry and he was such a gentleman. Things were going great. Then he got really busy with exams, classes, everything the past month to where he was barely talking to me. I mentioned this and he reminded me of his schedule and that this is his priority right now. To finish up school. I get that, but come on, a text goodnight would have satisfied me! So I gave him a hard time about it like 2 more times, and I think he might be a bit fed up (even though he reminded me in a very polite way). He doesn’t text at all the past couple days.
I just don’t get it.
DublinD4ParticipantMarch 30, 2016 at 2:14 pm #96846
And you’re probably thinking: Come on girl, don’t waste your time. BUT it’s VERY rare that I’m into and attracted to someone. I met this guy and after the 1st/2nd time hanging out, I was thinking “Wow, this is what I’ve been waiting for” I’m so into this guy and it feels great to like someone like this.
lauren3990ParticipantApril 4, 2016 at 3:00 pm #96995
I would give him some space and reach out to him in a few weeks once school is over. If he doesn’t reciprocate after that, then let it go. You don’t need anyone who won’t make time for you anyway!
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