A female Health And Fitness he-doesnt-believe-that-i-am-over-my-ex He doesn't believe that I am over my ex Relationship & Sex    age 36-40, anonymous writes:

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So I met this guy via a dating app 9 months ago, we messaged for about 2 months but he was wary to meet up as he was still not entirely over his last relationship. I wanted to meet him but in the end he freaked out, back tracked and asked me not to message anymore.

We then bumped into each other out and drunkenly slept together which then equally backfired as he once again freaked and said it shouldn’t of happened. We stopped talking and I met someone else, that ended a few months later and I was hurt but got back in touch with the first guy, just as friends at first. He appeared to be in a really good place and so we started seeing each other but taking it slowly as I was honest that I wasn’t quite ready. We spoke openly about everything and despite my worries he reassured me he was okay to go at my pace. Being with him made me start to forget my ex and care very deeply for him. I then excitedly prepared to tell him this and how I wanted to be with him but he has now once again backtracked saying he doesn’t want me, saying I can’t of changed my mind, I’m not over my ex and I caused this, he’s now ignoring me. I’m so confused as literally 2 days before everything was good, he was amazing to be with and you can’t fake that but now I feel like an idiot and confused.What do I do?

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A female reader, Youcannotbeserious Health And Fitness he-doesnt-believe-that-i-am-over-my-ex-1 He doesn't believe that I am over my ex Relationship & Sex     + , writes (30 October 2018):

Health And Fitness he-doesnt-believe-that-i-am-over-my-ex He doesn't believe that I am over my ex Relationship & Sex    What do you do? Thank your lucky stars you have discovered so early in your relationship that he is a flake and kick him into touch. How many times does he have to show you he is unreliable? As the saying goes, “madness is doing the same thing over and over while expecting a different result”. Three times should be more than enough for anyone.

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A male reader, N91 Health And Fitness he-doesnt-believe-that-i-am-over-my-ex-1 He doesn't believe that I am over my ex Relationship & Sex     + , writes (30 October 2018):

Health And Fitness he-doesnt-believe-that-i-am-over-my-ex-1 He doesn't believe that I am over my ex Relationship & Sex    So he’s backed away 3 times now, that should be plenty of indication to show he’s a complete waste of time. I’d of took his advice after the first time though when he told you not to message again.Block and move on.

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A female reader, Honeypie Health And Fitness he-doesnt-believe-that-i-am-over-my-ex-2 He doesn't believe that I am over my ex Relationship & Sex     + , writes (30 October 2018):

Health And Fitness 98df9f73-904a-4dd9-a948-14179b833b87 He doesn't believe that I am over my ex Relationship & Sex    You drop him.Honestly, OP HOW many times are you going to LET this guy reel you in and the push you away?I don’t think he was telling the truth when he claimed that he doesn’t believe you are over your ex, he just USED that as a convenient excuse for “running” away and probably because HE isn’t over HIS ex, but don’t want to admit it.You are in the 35+ age group so I would have to ask WHY would you give a guy with SO many *I have baggage* red flags chance after chance? Is it THAT slim pickings where you are at?No offense.! You can do SO much better.And yes, I see it as a RED ASS flag when a guy is on a dating app but claims he isn’t over his ex. Then why go on a dating app?! It makes no sense. And in a way it’s a bit cruel as someone like you might still think there is something here and HE then strings you along until he gets a kind of cold feet, drop you, hurts you… and then gets right back at it.I think you NEED to accept that this man isn’t over his ex. He isn’t ready to date. He just didn’t want to be alone while working through the “post-break up”.CUT him off TOTALLY. If you meet him on a night out, be polite but don’t fall back into the mistake to think sleeping with him will kick-start something serious, it won’t.And…. are you entirely sure he actually IS single?

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