XORO Posted June 13, 2017 Share Posted June 13, 2017 I liked a guy, and I initiated things with him, and we went out, fast forward and 6 months in I realized that the relationship was going nowhere because he wasn't interested in making me happy on any level. I was miserable, and I decided to call it quits. We broke up in the most diplomatic way possible, there was no fighting, no insults, no shouting, no cursing. Absolutely nothing but love, because I still loved him, and he claimed; despite admitting that he wasn't doing enough for the relationship to work, and having told me, that his family would never accept me, and that he was looking for things I didn't have in a life partner..that he also loved me.. This man was completely okay with spending days ignoring me, just not communicating, never making any long term plans, constantly comparing me to his exes, looking and talking about other women in my presence, and generally treating me like something to do on the side, while simultaneously mind-ing me by making me meet his siblings and friends. Basically feeding me crumbs to keep me as an emotional and physical crutch. Anyway after I broke up with him, I realized that communicating with him just wasn't healthy and I cut of all communication with him(meaning I didn't block him, I just went silent)..This somehow communicated to him that he must now reach out..but I have no room in me for his mediocrity..now that I'm distant, he has tried several times to ploy me back into his life to no avail..now he says he wants to meet up so that we have a positive goodbye, I'm moving to another town for work..I could care less, I don't want anything to do with him, not for any other reason but that he no longer has the right to demand anymore time from me, or ask me to meet him, but I don't want to be cruel or come of angry..I don't hate him (that would take to much energy) but I also don't care for his existence and I don't want to waste another minute on him, it's emotionally draining having to think of all the time I wasted, and seeing him is a physical representation of this.. How do I politely decline his offer?? Please help me.. Link to comment
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