His behavior doesn't make sense

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His behavior doesn't make sense

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    abree.aletta
    abree.aletta
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    January 25, 2018 at 1:59 am #163337
    His behavior doesn't make sense

    I met this guy I really liked. Him seemed crazy about me too. His eye lit up every time he saw me. He emitted a warmth towards me, was kind, sweet, and looked forward to spending time with me. I ran into problems with the place I was staying and he invited me to use his spare room for as long as I needed rent free; he said he was financially stable enough to offer it. We both thought it would be incredible because we always wanted to be around each other since we had met anyway. Then he changed all of a sudden; he did a 360. He became cold, callus, dismissive, and very passive aggressive. It was like he couldn’t stand being around me, hearing me talk. He kept our interactions brief and ignored me most of the time. Then one night he was singing my praises and being very affectionate. The next night he was brutally cold dismissive and callous.What is he getting out of this? Why let me live here rent free only for him to pretend I am not in house with him? We don’t have sex and never have

    anonymousgirl1000
    anonymousgirl1000
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    January 25, 2018 at 4:01 am #163341

    Some people are pretty mood swingy to begin with. I wouldn’t stay there if I were you, those types of people are hard to deal with as you can see.

    carolineroberts512
    carolineroberts512
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    January 26, 2018 at 10:22 am #163496

    Sounds like he may have a problem with bipolar disorder… or maybe he’s just super moody.

    Jb1993
    Jb1993
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    January 27, 2018 at 2:12 am #163585

    I think you might just be dating an ex of mine, no kidding. Even down to the no sex thing. I ended up leaving him. His behavior gave me whiplash. He wanted me to quit my job and move in with him (he lived on the other side of the state). I, being foolishly in love, did. Then he cycled from days of expecting me to immediately pay for stuff (my food, always) while I was looking for another job and had no money. Some days he’d buy me Ramen while he got himself fast food or something. Yeah, it was really kinda f*ed up.

    Luyana
    Luyana
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    January 28, 2018 at 10:39 am #163621

    If he’s actually aggressive, I wouldn’t stay there. He doesn’t sound very healthy or stable.
    There’s a difference between being a bit moody and not wanting to talk or anything, but actually being passive aggressive is not ok.

    ch1910
    ch1910
    Participant
    January 28, 2018 at 10:03 pm #163629

    Yes he doesn’t sound stable if he is actually aggressive.

    abree.aletta
    abree.aletta
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    February 1, 2018 at 8:46 am #164110

    Just found out he was with another girl. He did some more really screwed up stuff and I left. I realized I forgot some of my clothes. When I went back next day to get them the girl was wearing one of my shirts.

    Cyclone1
    Cyclone1
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    February 2, 2018 at 1:17 pm #164389

    He might be doing the push pull to try to keep your attraction high.