DrkHrt Posted February 18, 2017 Share Posted February 18, 2017 I am finally coming to terms with the fact that my relationship is over. It's still hurting me deeply, but I am being respectful that he feels this is best. However, we do need to meet one last time to 'close' things (we have a joint account to close and we also need to return some belongings). I am becoming frustrated because I keep trying to arrange a date to do so, but he's always 'busy'. This only requires a couple of hours of his time, so I don't get why in several weeks, he cannot commit to meeting me to do this. He said that we could do it on Feb 15 for 2pm, and I agreed. I was extremely tired that day, and I dragged myself out of bed and got ready so that we could do this. I don't hear from him all morning. It is then like 1.35pm and still no word, so I text him asking what is happening. 5 mins later he texts back apologising for 'oversleeping' since he is tired and overworked. Which pissed me off because he is the one who wants to move on, yet he couldn't even get out of bed to come and meet me. I was just as tired as he was, but I was up. He told me he would be up to an hour and a half late, and I had other things to do that day, so I told him we would have to reschedule. Then he said he was free all week after 2pm, so then a couple of days later, I suggest meeting on Saturday after 2pm, but he said he wasn't free. So by this point I'm thinking, what the hell. Now he isn't going to be free for at least a week as it's his birthday week now. So I asked him when he will be free next, and he just said 'whenever we get a chance'. I am hurting. I didn't want this breakup, and I did all the begging and holding on (all the stuff you shouldn't do) and now I'm actually RESPECTING his wishes and yet he doesn't seem committed to closing things. Is he purposely dragging this out? Or am I to genuinely believe he is 'busy'? I can't figure it out, considering HE is the one so determined to move on. Link to comment
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