(Closed) Am I waiting? Or am I delusional? (LONG!!!!)

posted 7 years ago in Waiting
Post # 3
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181 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

Both? You’re waiting for a delusion.

He has out right said he doesn’t want to be with you – there is ZERO indication that he wants to marry you and be a real father to your little girl. Someone who is there sporadically for you isn’t a life partner. You shouldn’t settle for someone who is fickle like this – he doesn’t even know what he wants and he’s toying with you because it’s easy. Probably gives him what he needs in a sense of stability and security when he needs it and then when he’s done with that he leaves.

Post # 4
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2018 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: December 2010

@wolfpackforever: You are not delusional because you want something he cannot give. But you are not “waiting”either.  He is using you and is not worth your time.  He won’t even consider you his girlfriend, if I read you post right, which is really disrespectful.  Stop taking his calls, do NOT sleep with him or even stay “friends”. Be nice but move on and find someone worthy of your love. The sooner you cut him loose the better. Good luck:)

Oh, and make sure delete ALL his contact info out of your phone/facebook/email so you are not tempted to contact him.

Post # 5
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591 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

He’s told you what he is thinking.  He’s not your boyfriend in his eyes, and you should not be his girlfriend.

You need to move on.

Post # 6
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200 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

HE wants all the benefits and none of the responsibilities of a relationship with you. Think if this relationship is the sort of example you want to set for your child. From here, it looks like he is a waste of your time.

Post # 8
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7587 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2010

Delusional dear. He doesn’t want a relationship with you. He just wants to have sex and continue the friendship. He’s one of those guys that doesn’t think you’re good enough, so he’s still looking. You deserve way better than this dude. Cut it off and move on.

Post # 9
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5984 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2010

you need to move on. this guy is going to break your heart and he obviously does not want what you want. stop wasting your time….

good luck honey

Post # 10
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5984 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2010

@wolfpackforever: dont answer his calls and dont let him pick up your daughter….you need to cut him out of your life to get over him

Post # 11
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2606 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

I wouldn’t even be “friends” with this guy.  What kind of friend treats someone like an overgrown masturbatory aid?  No thanks.

Post # 12
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1131 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

@wolfpackforever: When he calls just tell him that you’ve realized that you two want different things and that you’re not going to be able to see him anymore. You could add something about if he comes around to your way of thinking, and is ready to respect you and he desires a future with you, you may still be around – or not.

Sorry, but I too agree that he’s not good enough for you. You want a husband and someone to spend your life with. He is clearly not that (at least at this pont). And he is just using you, and you are letting him.

Good luck & Hugs!

Post # 13
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2295 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@wolfpackforever: You really should not allow him to pick up your daughter anymore- honestly, thats his way of keep being in your life, but not in his. I understand that it means alot to you, but look at it this way- does he really deserve the right to act like a dad to your daughter and what not, when he will never be that for her? Its totally unfair to her as well because she has this man in her life that honestly doesnt want to  be with her mother, and thus it probably really confusing for her. This man said point blank that he doesnt want to be with you, and that there is no future between you. You do not sleep with friends, and you dont do all the things you were doing with friends- it just doesnt make sense. You arent waiting as well because he hasnt even mentioned the idea of marriage or a future in a positive light. I think you need to distance yourself from this man so you can emotional detach enough and have him out of your life enough that you can move on to an actual relationship with someone you have a future with. Only then, with that distance can you possible retry for a friendship…because this arrangement is unfair to you and your daughter in everyway. He’s completely using you for his own needs, while stringing you and your daughter along. I think all you have to say is “I need some alone time to myself to figure out what I want out of my life, and grow as a person and in order to do that I think we need to stop talking for a while, or I need distance from you” You dont need to justify yourself to this man, mostly because honestly? He’s totally taking advantage of you, and I feel almost using your daughter to get to you as well- I know how much that must mean to you emotionally, that he would help out like that, but I think its totally manipulative. I really think you need some healthy distance from him.

Post # 14
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141 posts
Blushing bee

What’s that saying?  When people tell you who they are, you need to listen?  Something like that.  He’s telling you straight up he doesn’t want to be with you that way.  Yes, then he’s confusing the message, but why the hell would you want to be with someone so wishy washy over you?  Screw that.  Move on!  There is a better guy out there.

I also have to say… I’d be more careful with that daughter of mine too.  I would not be letting some wishy washy guy play the “complete father role” to her.  You need to vet people better than this.

Good luck…

Post # 15
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442 posts
Helper bee

@wolfpackforever: Okay, I don’t want to sound harsh in any way, as I understand it must have really hurt to actually hear those words come from his mouth.

However, I wholeheartedly agree with the PPs. You need to stop seeing this man. ASAP. Yes, it will be hard, because this has gone on for a while… but frankly, it has to be done. This treatment has to stop.

Think of your child. Use your daughter as inspiration. Believe me, coming from someone who watched her mother go through terrible, disrespectful relationships… you don’t want this for your baby. I don’t care if this guy drives across the flippin’ country to pick up/drop off your daughter. He is not the example you want her seeing as a father figure. Or even a male figure in general. He is disrespectful. He doesn’t care about anyone but himself and getting what he wants.

And even more than that, for the sake of your daughter’s future relationships, you don’t want her seeing him treat you this way and thinking that’s how relationships are. Trust me, there are tons of men out there who wouldn’t even dream of treating a woman this way. There are men out there who WANT to be in relationships, who WANT to fall in love and who WANT to get married.

Please, not just for your own peace of mind, self-esteem, and sanity… but also for your daughter’s… say goodbye to this guy.

We’re all here for you. *HUGS*

Post # 16
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

Delusional. 🙁 Sorry. He is being honst and he clearly doesn’t want a relationship (just the benefits when he feels like it). Get out. You and your kids deserve more!!

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