He brought roses, said he wanted to take me out for a romantic dinner. He left me the next day. Why?
We had a romantic evening, dinner and slow dancing. It was his idea. It seemed wonderful, but the very next day he left a note saying he wasn't in love with me and wanted to end the relationship. What's the deal with him?
Did you know this person before? You need to screen your dates better.
May be that his way of saying goodbye by giving you a memorable night. I did that once.
Maybe when he tried his best to make himself be in love, and he pulled out all the stops and turned on all the bells and whistles, he found he still didn't have what it took to be a committed partner.
Haved he told you full detail of his life .. do you think so he said you so ..? If you think he had told you full story or detail of his life then it means he just want to get in touch with you ...
Not meant to be with you for long term - Relationship ..
And if he happened to be from far places then he was not meant there for you at all all he had ever wanted was to get himself endulge with you..
It doesn't sound like he is a bad person... he sounds like someone wracked with guilt because he couldn't give this amazing person (you) what you deserved in a relationship... which is a devoted and loving partner.
He may have had someone else... he may not have. It's really not important because either way, he was telling you something:
The evening out was Goodbye... a nice goodbye... by someone who cares that they weren't "the one"... but probably wasn't mature enough to confront you and talk about it like adults.
so he didnt feel like a jerk for breaking up with you. He did it more for him then you.
He probably already had someone else. If he had already been dating you, the roses were probably because he felt guilty.
I may be a pig for saying it, but in those instances I've witnessed where this sorta thing happens, the romantic evening was a test to see if you were the person he thought you were. Apparently this was not the case.
Straight and simple. He was leaving the relationship in a grand way of saying to you : I did it my way and goodbye.
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