my ex broke up with me by sending text message saying"i think we should stop see

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  1. yanafarsi profile image59
    yanafarsiposted 13 years ago

    my ex broke up with me by sending text message saying"i think we should stop seeing each other...

    for awhile"  i asked him the reason so he said he felt distant, yeah i know when he cuddle me i was distant im not so sure if he really likes me.. and he said it hurt him when i asked him if he likes or not. so he said he's confused after that night. but i told him we can fix it but he still doesnt wanna see me and never text me since then. After 2 week he commented on my facebook profil picture saying"very cute indeed" so my friends said he still likes me. i texted him after few days asking him how he's doing but he replied me after 5 hours with"" it so cold... i dont know if he

  2. QudsiaP1 profile image61
    QudsiaP1posted 13 years ago

    My dear the boy does not love you any more but perhaps still wants to be acquainted with you.

    Not best friends but just friends.

  3. darrylcrawford profile image68
    darrylcrawfordposted 13 years ago

    Sounds like he is either into someone else or he is still confused wondering what he said was wrong, or maybe he really didn't like you. It has happened to the best of us. In the long run it's better to forgive him and move on.

    Holding anger within hurts no one but you. Some guys just don't know what to say and will say the dumbest things and will try to fix it. I'm a guy and I know I have when I was younger. If he's under 30, please understand men take a little longer to mature than women. But to break up with you on a text is not cool either but again it has happened to the best of us. Some people don't know what they want and it breaks someone's heart later on for their lack of commitment, lack of being clear on their intentions and a lack of vision, forgetting they are not the only one involved in this.

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  4. AskJessicaKelly profile image60
    AskJessicaKellyposted 13 years ago

    I think he knows your attractive, smart and have a good personality. What I am trying to say is, he might not want to commit to you, but he doesn't want anyone else to have you either. That is why he is playing games and stringing you along. I have a lot more to say about this to help you.

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  5. stricktlydating profile image85
    stricktlydatingposted 13 years ago

    Please read my Hub "If' he's dumped you delete him from your facebook friends" - … ok-Friends for some advice about your situation.  He probably does think you're cute, and he's watching your Facebook Profile to see what you're up to but he has told you that he doesn't want to see you, so don't read much into his comment.

  6. Bronson_Hub profile image59
    Bronson_Hubposted 13 years ago

    There's a lot of crystal ball reading going on in this thread. I would advise against reading his mind and speculating about his inner workings and focus more on understanding what you want with him no longer available to you.

  7. tysanders profile image61
    tysandersposted 13 years ago

    He already told you it's over and his actions toward you are distant and cold. He's clearly not interested and a comment on facebook is just that - a comment. It's over. I feel bad for you but at the same time it's better for you to just move on.

  8. duffsmom profile image61
    duffsmomposted 13 years ago

    Move one girl.  Who wants a guy that plays little games texting this, leaving little notes on Facebook.  Is he thirteen?  Pull yourself up by your bootstraps, get some dignity and delete him and look for someone decent.  No, it isn't easy but it has to be done.

  9. furnitureman profile image60
    furnituremanposted 12 years ago

    Communications is the best way to solve problems. For as long as you are still communicating with each other, give him the benefit of the doubt. don't jump into conclusions. Try to make a retrospection if you really love the man and also try to do something to find out if he really loves you. If you are sure that he is only making a good time on you, there are plenty of available bachelors around. No need to worry too much. Men and women can love even a thousand times. God bless you and good luck.

  10. LeeWalls profile image60
    LeeWallsposted 12 years ago

    And you're going by what others say on a facebook quote? Are you for real? It's time to move on.

    He sounds extremely immature and confused. Why do you want to be with someone like that?

    Don't listen to people when it comes to games of the heart, because that's what it is, games.

  11. profile image0
    reeltaulkposted 12 years ago

    I am so late on this one......but to be quite frank!  If anytime someone that you know are even if you don't know them creates or brings confusion your way remove yourself from them!  It really isn't worth it.  Confusion does come into play because it just does.  But when ones MO consist of continuous confusing games.....RUN!!!!! Some people are so miserable and will purposely bring shit your way to mess up confuse your life.  Misery truly Loves company........Please Believe the Hype

    Vonda G. Nelson


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