Was it the right thing to ask him if he was ever going to give me attention and the time of day?
So I met a guy on tinder. We met up a few times, thought he was gorgeous, hooked up a few of those times as well. He s a very busy guy, and I get that, so am I! I made time for this guy but he d only ask me to come over when it was convenient for him. I started to catch feelings around hang out number 4 or so and I told him that but I wasn t really wanting a relationship just to be around him more often and he agreed that he wanted to be around me and he thought I was smart, confident, etc but he wasn t sure if he could meet my needs. I felt like I was being strung along since he opened most of my texts and snapchats without replying most of the time. He replied more often when we first started talking but it became less and less. I texted him the day after I told him I had feelings kind of in an anxious way, basically being blunt and telling him I felt like he wasn t giving me the time of day and I felt like he was never going to give me the attention I asked. He never replied to that text so I took him off my Snapchat. Was it the right thing for me to tell him I felt like he wasn t giving me the time of day? He s a gorgeous guy who owns his own house and has lots of hobbies but no relationship, and I m thinking it s because of his lack of prioritizing and making time.
- SlumlordLv 710 months ago
You are right, he's busy and will probably never give you much time. You either need to live with that or go ahead and move on. you are also right that this is likely why he has no relationships - because all the other relationships got sick of this too, you may be one in a long line of quick relationships until one day, possibly, he decides he wants a family and adjusts things a bit (or meets someone who doesn't mind the minimal attention) of course there is a chance that day will never come.
- naughtydogg70Lv 710 months ago
You were sex. Once it became more than that, he wasn't interested anymore.