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Thread: He lied about loving me ? He does not anything to do with me anymore ?

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    Originally Posted by Wiseman2
    Is there a language barrier or cultural s difference? You both seem to misunderstand each other and get hung up on wording.

    What is the status now? Are you dating, fwb, hooking up? Do you still refuse to tell him you love him ? Do you still refuse to be his GF?
    He knows I do love him. But he thinks that I do not want to be in a relationship with him. Two last time he was cold. He did not asked me.

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    You play a lot of silly games and that will hurt you in the long run.
    Originally Posted by futuruna
    I am in love with him. Thats why I send him message to tell him that its over.

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    Originally Posted by Wiseman2
    You play a lot of silly games and that will hurt you in the long run.
    He played too. I really though he loves me. He was suspicious because he though I only love sex with him, but now he knows I love him. And he says he loves me like as a person.

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    Originally Posted by futuruna
    He played too. I really though he loves me. He was suspicious because he though I only love sex with him, but now he knows I love him. And he says he loves me like as a person.
    Love is a feeling and an action. Love is part of what makes up a committed relationship but only part. So him knowing you have loving feelings for him and him telling you he loves you as a person is part of what's needed for you two to decide on as far as what you both want from the other person.

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    You told him no for a year and now you want him to ask you again?

    Really??

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    Originally Posted by boltnrun
    You told him no for a year and now you want him to ask you again?

    Really??
    Yesterday he posted on insta story song "(My name) where are you, to calm my heart." Maybe is not over.

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    But he still doesn't want to be with you after you were so cold. He probably found a nice local girl who will treat him well and not play mean games.
    Anything on social media may be for someone else.
    Originally Posted by futuruna
    Yesterday he posted on insta story song "(My name) where are you, to calm my heart." Maybe is not over.

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    Originally Posted by boltnrun
    You told him no for a year and now you want him to ask you again?

    Really??
    Amen... According to what you wrote, you've told him "no" for a whole year.

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    Do you know the story of the boy who cried wolf? He lied so much that when he really needed help, no one believed him. You played games for a year, turned him down when he clearly felt and wanted more. He held onto the causal sex, hoping that it would lead to more. But eventually he got tired of waiting, of feeling used. So even if he probably still has feelings for you and may still want more, he can't go there. He knows you love him, but he can't trust trust that love. When he has received so many rejections from you, how does he know he isn't setting himself up for another?

    I'll say what I said on your other thread. Instead of worrying about games, what do you really want? Can you give him an honest, real relationship? Would he give the same to you? Or would it just lead to more games that end up hurting everyone? If you both are willing to put your heart into it and give it a real go, then pursue it. Anything less and it's best to leave things alone.

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