I figured I wasn't ready spiritually to lead her and reasoned I needed to be stronger in my walk with Christ before I even thought about dating her.
After high school ended, I decided to go out of state for school, and gradually, this girl and I began to talk even less.
Sure, there were some moments when I thought that some other girl was pretty, but I never found one that I really connected to on a spiritual level or was so in love with God.
The problem is he is starting to get jealous of the other dates. He says he doesn’t know what he wants either but seems to be mad at me all the time.
I think it may hurt him that I’m dating but he doesn’t ask to be exclusive.
He said that the times that he spent with me were very special to him.
Every time we went out it just got better and better and he was not expecting that.
We communicated a few times after that via email, text, phone..even made a future date..over that week he became busy at work (which is believable) We still communicated but when it got closer to the day of our date.
He said we needed to talk...obviously that was not good.
I shouldn't even be asking this but it is driving me crazy.
I was dating a guy who was also dating another girl, which I knew about. The other girl he had dated for a few months and they broke up but remained friends.
I had a big party, he texted to say he'd be late, no big deal...until his sister told me he was on a date so he probably wouldn't be there. *You sound less "lost" in farm country than "bored" in farm country.
I called him the next day, we fought; I didn't hear from him for 3 weeks. Be honest, if you weren't back in your sleepy town, and were somewhere with more options, would this guy being with another girl really stress you so much?
It’s why I’m a dating coach for smart, strong, successful women and I can speak, as a peer, to women who are often as equally busy, opinionated, critical and difficult as I am. The thing is that you’re only seeing what he’s doing wrong, but you have no idea what you’re doing wrong.