vanillacupcake Posted August 20, 2011 Share Posted August 20, 2011 Been dating this guy for awhile now. Everything has been fantastic up until last weekend. We had our first fight and it was a doozy. At first, he ended it, then requested time to think. We've been mostly NC all week, did talk yesterday where he still said he needed time to think. I sent him a text last night saying, "I miss you. I want to do this right, go slow and let things happen naturally." (We dove head first into a relationship, spending every day together) Today, he asked for his phone charger back. Now, last week, he kept his charger at my apartment telling me it was his spare. His phone battery would not last more than 24 hours and hasn't had this "spare" charger since Monday. His phone would have died way before asking for it back. (Before anyone says something, there isn't another woman. I know this for a fact.) So he's driven by his friend to my place to pick up his charger. Considering we have been barely speaking all week, I figured he would take his "spare charger" and go, his friend waiting in the car and all. He was leaving for the weekend, a trip with his friend. I have a childhood friend coming to town tomorrow, who I cherish and he's been excited to meet her. He knows it has been a big deal for me -- them meeting. Instead of taking the charger and leaving, he asked me how I was, asked me when my friend was coming to town. I told him I would really love if he met her. He told me he wouldn't be back till Sunday and agreed to meet her, since she'll be here all week. We then hugged, I gave him a kiss, told him to have fun and he left. He's not the type of guy to play games, and not the type of guy to take a "break" if he rather just break-up. And he's definitely not the type of guy to lead someone on. I am wondering if this is a good sign? Last time I saw him, he was so upset by the fight, he did not want me to touch him and now we were hugging. He still also wants to meet the most important person in my life, and I don't think someone who wanted to break up would want to do that? He could have also easily said thanks for the charger, go back to the car and leave... but he hesitated and stood around, trying to make small talk. Any advice or outsider view would be great.... I am too afraid to ask if we are going to try again, because I do not want to pressure him. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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