KaylaJoy Posted June 21, 2008 Share Posted June 21, 2008 36 days of NC, and I broke it. Not on purpose. His mom had given me some skirts and I needed to ask her a question about them, and also to invite her to a cookout I'm having tonight with his brother and his brother's family. (His brother and sister-in-law are very close friends of mine.) So I call his mom and she's not there and he answers the phone. First time I've broken NC in 36 days. I didn't want to talk to him, and I was cordial but ended the conversation as soon as possible. I got his mom's cell phone number and thanked him and hung up, and didn't tell him what I wanted. (He lives with his mom and dad.) Now I'm wondering was I rude to not invite him to my cookout as well, since he lives with his mom and dad? Should I invite him? I'm assuming my intent is made known now that I am staying away from him when he finds out I invited his mom and dad and not him. I don't want to be rude, and I'm not angry with him. I just need NC for me. I hate that I even had to talk to him, because it brings it all back, even though it was only for a moment. And knowing him like I know him, he is probably scratching his head because I didn't invite him over, didn't beg to see his pictures from D.C., didn't ask him to take me fishing again (we talked about fishing a little bit)...all these things even 3 months ago I would have done, but not now. It's always me begging him, or asking him, and him putting me off to the last moment til he sees if something better comes along. I don't want to be last on anyone's list, and that's where I reside on his list - at the bottom. So should I invite him, or should I let it go? I don't really want him to come, but I don't want his family to think I was rude for not inviting him either. Link to comment
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