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vivrant__thingParticipantDecember 3, 2016 at 4:33 pm #118982
My bf and I spent time together last weekend. During this time we got into it quite a bit. I was overzealous about many things and can take ownership for that; my part in it all. When I was Omw back home, he didnt ask that I call him when i got home or even text. It was rather odd, granted he’s extremely considerate usually and would do so. We barely hugged when i left. He was running late for work on Monday and was very flustered and said an upsetting remark to me. We got into about that. When I got home, I removed my ego from the problem and told him that I wish for us to communicate in a way, without him either of us feeling guarded and w/o me being overzealous. I also admitted that, that isn’t necessarily something i know how to do yet. He just sent me a blank face emoji as a text and I felt rejected. Later on the night he explained that our weekend together was stressful and draining for him. He says he’d rather be friends. He wanted to get married but wants to just be friends
gstarParticipantDecember 11, 2016 at 5:19 pm #119717
Sounds like you need to give him a bit of space to get his thoughts together but you posted this a few days ago so hopefully things are ok now?
josephddiazzParticipantDecember 28, 2016 at 10:40 am #121222
You are not disclosing too many details, but it looks like your weekend was terrible, and maybe is part of a broken relationship, if you really love each other and wanted to get married, fight for it! Make it happen and fix what needs fixing! But on the other hand, like gstar says, if you’re not that in love and have been fighting for a long time, maybe you should give him some space.
Good luck with this!
lynnParticipantDecember 28, 2016 at 9:47 pm #121252
It sounds like he is confused about your relationship. Don’t overthink things. You were an adult about the situation and tried to confront him. Give him space, sometimes that’s all they need. Maybe he is unsure of things or he is thinking of progressing things but is stressed.
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