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I checked in with him a few days later, and he told me what he had been up to, and that he planned go on a road trip with friends that weekend. A few days after that I sent another text, and came in a little hotter this time, basically saying I’d love to go out again if he’s free. I desire to be in a loving, committed relationship with a guy I can also call my best friend. It’s tough for me to meet men who I think are worth my time and energy.
I also don’t deal with rejection well, so it takes a lot for me to accept someone into my life with the possibly of being hurt.
But he made me feel like one of the most beautiful women in the world, so I thought I would try something new and give him a chance.
But before long our differences caught up with us and I learned I would never be the sweet, compliant, mousy blonde that he desired to marry. 2 months later, I saw on social media that he was happily dating a bright-eyed, sweet mousey blonde. I wasn’t even in the mindset of dating when we met.
I have a truly amazing, supportive friend circle, various hobbies and dreams.
If we’ve gone out on a few dates and everything seems to be going great, I don’t hold back talking about future plans, wanting them to meet my friends or being super upfront, open and honest right from the get-go.I don’t mean that to sound conceited, even though it completely does.But I know I have a ton of attributes that should be working in my favor, so why does it feel like they aren’t? So he was sent the follow up text later that night, and we both agreed on going out again soon. Just wondering if it's better if I wait a few weeks or do it as soon as possible. For initial context: I’m a 26F living in a large metropolitan city in the PNW.He continued to talk to me for two more days, then disappeared. But either way at the very least I hope to keep her as a friend. It comes and goes in waves but I very much struggle with being single.