Now I know everyone has a take on this...takes time, etc, BUT, I KNEW he loved me, don't ask how, I just did. I was pretty confused and asked him to take some time to decide how he relly felt, what he wanted/needed in a relationship.
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I spent much of the last year falling for a man who ended up unable to return that love. We shared values, goals, dreams, and as I said, were physcially and intimately close. We knew this was an issue from the get-go, and he reminded me of his family history(father and brother are both loners for life).
I know early on that I did not heed signs, and I advise anyone in a similar relationship to stop before your heart gets broken.
Some people just are unable to emotionally commit and loving them is very where you are coming from.
This type is often a good friend, buddy, date, but not a long-term match. I know now that I will never disregard the importance of communication again.
My date tonight is a breath of fresh air, as he loves to talk and is also delighted to have met someone similar, who is giving and free spirited.
I'm sorry for you, but this sounds like a real convenient excuse for a man to be involved in a relationship and reap all the benefits without having to take on any of the responsibility. I can see where this would appeal to your maternal extincts as a woman. He was living out of state and moved here to be with me. I slowly realized..he's not healed from his divorce (very traumatic) and even though I know he loves me and would never ever hurt me..likes being alone. Well.called yesterday and told me he missed me/loved me.
I have been emotionally shredded by women but I keep coming back for more. Instead, I will string you along and use you, and punish you for what that other person did to me." Wrong! My sorrow over the loss of this relationship has almost made me backslide into taking him back...until I read these posts.
He thought a minute and looked me straight in the eye and said...."I love you..loving you doesn't make me happy! We have been divorced for 30 years ..are still friends (too many ties together ). I've been seeing/involved with someone for over 2 years that involves a similar situation. He has come close to commiting to me many times, but always gets panicky and turns away, stating he doesn't think "we're right". Yet, he still needs my freindship and enjoys my adoration. It bothers me to see women "played"[email protected] Read Head... Even when they find that princess..time, she falls short because we are human and all have flaws.
Though I wouldn't say that he is emotionally unavailable, I would instead call it an inability to commit. He's never been married, never had kids and never been in any live-together relationship for longer than 2 years. When I meet a wonderful women, the past goes away and I try again. Their fantasy is blown and they start hunting for Miss Perfect again...hence 2-year max!
emotionally unavailable types are relationship killers for guys has got some hurt inside that only he can fix..i guarantee..love you could work with him..if you dont get back what you need..will get this singles world jusssssst wonderful??