The timing wad not right, and now he is in a relationship


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    Andy

    We meet 3 years ago when I just got out of an abusive relationship. I was not ready for a relationship at that time but loved him. He told me he loved me too. I know I have hurt him very much by letting him down. He has been on my mind ever since and I still have feelings for him. Not strong like 3 years ago, but I still think about him very often and still feel something. Yesturday I have send him a message to see if he would want to go for coffee. He is now in a happy 2 years relationship. I am hurt. I feel like I should of not wait to message him so that maybe we could of work. I don’t know if I should hold on to my feelings and wait or if I have lose my chances forever.

    He told me he still thinks about me sometimes but not like he did 3 years ago and that he never replied to my messages before today because he did not want to fall back in love with me.

    What should I do? Keep hoping or lose hope?

    #743018 Reply

    Get over yourself

    Give up and find somebody else. He’s been in a relationship with someone else for two years, you really want to ruin that for him so you could have your way?

    #743026 Reply

    DD

    “He is now in a happy 2 years relationship.”

    End of story. Move on.

    #743027 Reply

    Sophia

    Yeah. Game over. Having fond memories of an ex is nice, but he’s taken. Move on.

    #743031 Reply

    Donna

    If you genuinely love him, leave him alone. If you genuinely love him, then you will be happy that he has found the right relationship, even if it’s not with you. He’s been with someone else for two years and he’s very clearly told you he doesn’t want to rekindle things with you because he’s good where he is. In this case, hoping for him to leave her for you is foolish.

    Have the decency to respect him – and respect yourself by stepping away from a man who isn’t available. Things happen for a reason. There is someone better for you out there. Look forward to that instead of looking behind with regret.

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