(Closed) I might need it in flashing lights

posted 6 years ago in Relationships
Post # 3
3051 posts
Sugar bee

That seems like a good sign to me. It sounds like you both are working on things that contributed to your break up.

There is nothing wrong with taking things slow, but I would be a but more open about your desire of actually wanting to get back together so you are both on the same page. But he woke up crying…i would say he is willing to give it another shot.

Post # 4
9097 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2012

I’m glad you’re working through your issues, but why would you want to be in a relationship where your SO would need to walk on eggshells and keep their opinions to themselves?

My husband and I often have conflicting opinions, and sometimes we feel very passionately and/or the “other person is wrong”, but I would never in twenty billion years tell him that I wanted him to keep his opinions to himself. We have a very solid foundation and thrive with excellent communication, so that would seems really counterproductive to me.

Post # 6
1246 posts
Bumble bee

@sda519:  Sadly,  I am inclined to believe he is stringing you along.  He seems to take you for granted and you seem to be sacrificing more than you are getting.  Sometimes a man is quick to propose and slow to get married because a proposal gets him what he wants and he realises he’s not that into you. I feel sad reading the way he has been treating you and wish you the very best. 

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