(Closed) very disapointed

posted 7 years ago in Waiting
Post # 3
3419 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2014 - Manhattan Church Rec Center

@ready121:  you SO told you not to invest any money in the house because you may not work out? *gasp* the jerk! 

*hugs* im sorry lady.

Saying something like that to me Is a tense changer. As in saying that can make that sentence change tenses really quick. We may not work out (possible future) To we ain’t working out (present)


Post # 4
835 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

Wow…why didn’t he just end it right there?!? What a jerk! Now you have that as a constant turning wheel in your head. You should be getting things in order to protect yourself financially while deciding if you want to sit around and wait for him to figure sh*t out. ((HUGS)) to you.

Post # 5
1848 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2015



Post # 6
8036 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

@ready121:  Ummm I think you can do better than this guy. My ex would say something like this.

Those nebulous “wtf, are you breaking up with me or not?” comments.


What is he waiting for? To see if someone better comes along??

Post # 7
309 posts
Helper bee

Yeah that’s not even a red flag, thats like he stamped “We’re Over” on your forehead

Post # 8
1202 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

Its not fair to you to stick around until he decides he wants to be with you or not. From now to he makes his decision, I’m sure you’re still going to invesy your time as a couple, just for him to possibly say its over? If you can, I would move out and separate until he realizes what he wants. But take that time to see if you even want to be with this guy too after this. Good luck. 

Post # 9
2776 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

Not to be mean but your posts go from will he propose to we are over and there is even one where you say he doesn’t touch you anymore?

I think you need to leave.  This relationship sounds rocky.  You can do better.

Post # 11
112 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

I think it’s time to start planning your exit. What a jerk. You can do better and be happy with someone who loves and respects you, your feelings, and relationship.

Post # 12
62 posts
Worker bee

You don’t have to and shouldn’t live your life based on his decisions. 

Take the control over your own life and leave him. He shouldn’t be the one who leaves you! 

Post # 13
578 posts
Busy bee

aw *hugs* I’m sorry. 

I agree with the other PP… you deserve so much better. Don’t wait around for him to make his decision any longer. Get out of there, live your own life how you want to live it, and the right man is going to find you and treat you like a princess

Post # 14
1762 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

Leave him and RUN!!

Post # 15
69 posts
Worker bee

Between this and some of your previous posts, I think it’s time to leave.  I don’t think his game is going to end with a proposal.  It sounds like he’ll build you up and make you feel like it’s all going to work and then shatter you with disappointment.  Stop letting him decide how you feel.  Take control.  There isn’t a man out there who is worth dealing with this emotional roller coaster for.

Best of luck and I wish you lots of support from those in your life who truly love you during this difficult time.

Post # 16
558 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

I agree with everyone else.  It really sounds like you need to get your affairs in order and be prepared to leave him.  Men who say things like “we might not work out” means they’re fishing to find their backup plan.  You need to have yours in order, and make good on it as soon as you feel steady, ready, and able.  Nobody who makes statements like that are prepared to commit, and if you want a commitment, then don’t waste your time on somebody who isn’t prepared to stick it out.

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