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  1. Thank's so much for your honest story. I was just wondering: would you ever consider your BFF, the one that wanted to stick around and help you, as a serious option for dating when you feel better? Or is she in the nursing friendzone by then? Cause I really want him to be happy and help him, but I won't stay around just for his convenience, so he can drop me later and find another girl who didn't see him when he was down.
  2. What do you mean with the triggers? That he starts to doubt everything when family comes into the picture? Or maybe I understand this wrong:) he's not entirely blind for his anxiety, but he's also not doing the amount of work to get over it. He describes is as: 'the moment I think, this is amazing, I like her so much - that's the moment I want to run away'.
  3. I read into it. Sounds pretty much like the problem he's having... thanks for the information :) It helps understanding what's happening.
  4. Thanks so much for your answer:) He was broken up with her about 2,5 months after being together for 7 months. So I'm not sure if that was too soon. You're right about not staying in contact, that would be too painful, but I'm having a hard time doing so. He seems to be doing just fine, started posting all his activities online for some reason, and liked some of my old Instagram posts like that is super normal thing to do...
  5. Thank you all so much for the advice! You really helped me trough this and it means a lot! I decided to walk away for now. I can't stay around just to make him happy, he should make me happy too. I almost lost myself in the last months, so I cancelled all plans we had made for the next weeks, and we haven't had contact for almost a week now. He started liking my old Instagram pictures though and it almost made me want to reach out. But I won't. I actually only want to hear from him if he has something serious to say about us, like he'll work to get better. I feel a little guilty for le
  6. Hi y'all. I could really use some insight from you :) Six months ago I met an amazing guy and we really hit it of. We have so much fun together, and he is the sweetest. But when things got serious (aka, he asked me if I would like to meet his parents), he got really anxious. His ex broke him really bad and, as he says it: he doesn't want to get hurt like that again. He gave his all to her and 'that wasn't good enough'. So he doesn't know how to do it right this time. I can relate to that feeling and I have no problems with going slow. But lately he's been asking to meet my family out of
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