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Something has to give and it can’t be school and it can’t be this brand new job so, unfortunately, it has to be the girl, and man, that sucks.” Timing is an enormous equation in relationship success. Almost everyone who has ever fallen for someone else has probably been the victim of shitty timing at least once.
You can meet the right person, but, if you meet at the wrong time, it’s not going to work.
It was only recently—when a friend asked me if I knew any good guys I could set her up with (and by my mistake, I did).” By all means, if someone sets you up with someone whom they think is a nice guy, go for it.
But do yourself a favor and keep an eye out for these three types of “good guys” that make bad boyfriends in the end.
I want to believe him, but I am having a hard time not taking this as he just didn’t want to pursue something with me.
— Emotional Whiplash This kind of thing happens all the time, and I think we, especially as women, make it much more difficult than it has to be because we have this sort of fairytale, rom-com idea of love and relationships where our significant other will move heaven and earth to be with us if his feelings are real and sincere. Keep your heart open and hope for better luck next time.
We started seeing each other 2-3 times a week (at his request), he introduced me to his family and friends, and, up until the last time we saw each other, we were talking about plans for a few weeks and a few months down the line.
Until he called me one day after an especially rough week of work (working till 9 or 10 pm) and school (I hadn’t seen him at all that week) and told me that he was really sorry, but he was overwhelmed and felt like he really just needed to focus on work for the next few weeks — that I was great and, if he was at his old job, he would definitely want to date me.
” which often precludes, “Let’s set you up with him,” now makes me cringe.
While I too used to fall for this "good guy" cure-all, the description of, “He’s such a good guy!
I asked if I would ever see him again, and his response was that, at least for the next few weeks, he had to say no.
There was no commitment from him that I would ever hear from him again.
I’m having a hard time wrapping my head around the emotional whiplash that I experienced with this seemingly out-of-the-blue end of things.