Hes dating someone else melissa scott dating

You're a safe place to go when things get hard."I could say all of these things back, and they'd be completely true as well. He's apparently moved on and with someone else.

I value this relationship SO much, but am tired of being hurt by the existence of the other guy. I'm not sure how that helps but you should always remember that you are only seeing one side of the story.

His attention has already drifted to someone else if he goes radio silent and you find yourself always having to be the initiator, it could be that he’s emotionally removing himself from your relationship because talking and texting with someone else seems way more appealing.

Being busy is one thing, but a pattern of gradual disinterest and one-word responses makes things pretty obvious.

Fast forward about 8 months since the break-up, he's my best friend.

We communicate constantly, and it's not uncommon for us to talk 3/4 hours a day. Some things we do are even characteristic of a relationship.

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It can feel like you got hit by a truck when you suddenly discover that the guy you were interested in is no longer interested in you. There were no signs that his attention had turned to someone else! Maybe you missed – or misread – the multitude of signs he gave you when your relationship was beginning to wane.

If someone's taking up that much of my time, we'd better be dating, or they can get lost."I don't know what to do/what to think... You are clearly available and interested in him, he's still with the other guy, so you have your answer. If he's worth it, you owe it to yourself to move on for the time being and make yourself happy. He might know how you feel, but before you give up on him thinking you've been friendzoned, have you actually, recently talked to him?

Edit: I should also probably make it clear that we all know how I feel. Edit2: I talked to my college's LGBT leader about this. If he's that wonderful, these feelings can be revived... Personally, I agree with "He's dating someone else and consuming 80 hours of my life a week.

There are times however when something slips through, and our attention is briefly on him (he'll call or something while we're together for example), and these things hurt me a lot as he tries to damage control. And we slept separately, which I expected, but was still hurt by.

It was the first time we've slept in the same room without having sex first or being in each other's arms...

On one hand I think, "he clearly still has feelings. I swear I read a post either here or at r/relationship_advice that sounded like it could be written by your best friend's new SO - it was literally about a young guy who has been dating someone his own age that was dating someone slightly younger before, but now they are just best friends. If it hurts too much to be around him, then distance yourself. What the fuck are you doing expecting a guy to sleep with you if he's committed. It's good you didn't sleep together, but he is still oscillating between the two of you.

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