Dating men when to call
She broke up with me and we weren’t even together.” Naturally, I was angry, but it indicated to me the vast difference between MY perception of the relationship versus HIS.We viewed our interactions very differently and never talked about it, so clearly we were not on the same page.Therefore, that means that communication is completely cut and there’s no turning back.Once you make a declaration like that, there’s no take-backsies and you have to move forward.It’s also okay to tell them in a clear and fair manner that you’re not interested in dating anymore.If your heart isn’t into it and you think there’s is, it’s okay to clearly state it and spare the other person a larger amount of heartache.And when you’re not on the same page with someone, you definitely don’t want to invest your heart into a fruitless venture.It’s okay to no longer communicate with someone you’re not interested in seeing.
If you know that you’d like to see that person exclusively, don’t lie and say, “No, I’m not looking for a relationship” when clearly you are.It makes me angry, but I can’t control their ignorance, and if they ARE calling me crazy, then it’s a damned good thing I won’t be rewarding them with my company anymore.I’ll suffer for a while because it’s sad to let go of someone you care about, but eventually common sense takes over and it’s a relief to get that person out of the way and make room for someone more deserving of my time and affection.What I’ve learned is that ignoring the obvious signs can lead to unnecessary heartache.
What I hate most is when the disappointment is so big that it just messes up several days in a row that would have been better spent on happiness. How do you “break up” with someone you’re barely even dating?I’m grateful to live in a time and place that allows me, as a young woman, to explore my options and determine whether I’m looking for someone’s occasional company or if I might want something serious. It has helped me a lot to have a flexible mind when it comes to realizing that I just won’t be seeing someone beyond a first or second date.