My boyfriend and I were together for about a month. Just about a week ago he dumped me saying...
"he didn't want a girl at the moment", I want him back so badly and he told me in the near future when he wanted a girl he'd definitely think about me again. But, I don't know what to do to make him think about me again..
A lot of times the best thing you can do is just move on with your life... ignore him. That's when they start to miss you most.
I'm sorry to hear that Juicer57.
However, as hard as it sounds, he sounds like he may be telling you the truth. If he's not in the headspace for a relationship, then being together would just make you suffer more in the long run. And pressurising him will make him even more uncertain.
I'd advise you to take some time away from him and get on with your life. If he does change his mind, then he'll know where to find you.
Some times the best is to find someone that wants to be with you. I would not let him play with my emotions like that. IF he wanted to be with me then he would still be with me. He is not worth it if he treats you that way. You show intrest with another just to make him want you back is not fair to the person you are useing. Do you want that new person in your life to feel the way you do right now? You would be no better then the one that is hurting you.
I'm sorry if this sounds insensitive but let's think about what you wrote: "I want him back so badly and he told me in the near future when he wanted a girl he'd definitely think about me again."
"... he told me in the near future when he wanted a girl he'd definitely think about me again."
Try this exercise: in that statement, replace the word 'girl' with the words 'baseball glove,' 'pair of tennis shoes,' 'MP-3 player,' 'car stereo system,' or whatever.
Try replacing the first 'me' with (insert name of particular retail outlet); and replace the second 'me' with (insert brand name of particular object: sneakers, stereo speakers, computer game, etc.).
Do you take my meaning? Do you see what I'm trying to say?
You must be very young. This break up must seem devastating to you, but brace up. Keep a stiff upper lip and all that. Plenty of fishes in the sea, you know.
Pleeeaassseeee don't beg for him back! That's the worst thing you could possibly do! Pleeeaassseee don't TRY to get noticed by him or make him think about you! If he doesn't want you or naturally think about you, he just doesn't! You can't force... read more
The guy is confused. He probably doesn't have the guts to tell you he is thinking of someone else. I know this is hard for you but i would advice that you move on and forget about him. And when you move on, there is an 80% chance he will try to get you back but don't even think about it. In Dr. Phil's words, "the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior."
You may need a good friend to help you through this tough time.
I think he is not a very nice person. You deserve someone better than him.
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