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  1. I'm so sorry he was so childish about this. Adults talk about problems & make definitive statements. He was a coward. Sounds like he was trying to piss you off so you dumped him so he didn't have to be the bad guy. As much as you might miss the good stuff & how lousy it is to be broken up at this time of year, in the long run he did you a favor because he was not a good partner. Lick your wounds & prepare yourself to start the new year with a new outlook on love with a more suitable partner.
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  2. Oh heavens. In your naivety & fear you have gone about this all wrong if you want a relationship. Since this was based in friendship, you have to find someway to talk to him about what you want & how your feelings have changed. He's not going to start this conversation because he likes what is going on now. He has never been forced to make a commitment. You give him easy sex with no strings. Why would he want to change that? It requires no effort on his part. So if you want things to change you have to change them. Some men can't go from the FWB thing you have goin
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  3. So in four years of knowing her, nothing has changed, as would be predicted, since past behavior is the best predictor of future behavior. You continue to tell her of your feelings and she continues to tell you no romance is happening. Of course she enjoys the friendship. Everyone loves a fan. But the friendship isn't working out for you. What are you doing to treat your depression? If nothing, I would seek treatment, for your own good and to enable you to be a good partner to someone, someday. Retaining the friendship will prevent you from the goal you seek--having a gf. A new woman wil
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