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Relationship advice: Dating older men (Also check out our video on the topic. See our video page)
I was in a relationship for four months with this amazing guy. Out of the blue, he breaks up with me. Yet he still talks to me via chat every day. I love talking to him so I don’t mind it…we can still be friends.
But what is he doing? What is he thinking? Is he just not ready for a serious relationship? Explain!
Thanks for your question.
What’s he doing? He’s having a hard time letting you go, even if he was the one who did the breaking up.
What’s he thinking? He’s thinking, “This girl is so cool. I just wish I was in love with her, but I’m not. This sucks.”
If you truly value him as a friend Melissa, and are able make the transition from girlfriend to platonic relationship, then by all means keep him as a friend. But if you are talking to him, hoping things will change, and hoping he’ll come to his senses and realize you’re the one for him, it’s best you moved on. It’s unlikely he’s going to change his mind.
Is he just not ready for a serious relationship? Well, you don’t mention how old you are so it is possible he’s not ready for a long term relationship based on his age. But it’s also likely he’s just not ready for a long term relationship with you. We’re sorry about that.
Maybe with all this talking you two are doing, you could ask him why he broke up with you in the first place? That might help you make sense of all of this.
And we’re curious what your friends think? Did they like him when the two of you were dating? What are they saying to you? Check out our video on that topic. Visit our Video Page, or go to You Tube.
Good luck Melissa.
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