>>16669524 She's an emotional rock. I think she purposely enjoys being bitchy and cold to everyone, me included. She asks me not to say I love her or show any affection, but let her do it. She doesn't hold my hand or initiate physical contact anymore. The last time we were alone, just the two of us, and I managed to kiss her was december 23rd, and she asked me to stop because she was nauseous or something. She's also a virgin at 17 (I'm 19) who is averted to sex and keeps teasing me with the promise of doing stuff on dates that never arrive.
I met her parents and her brother today, took them all out to eat, paid everything, they all loved me. First time I saw her since december. Her father, who is a very rigid man, liked me very much. Her brother started calling me "brother" and wouldn't leave my side. It would've been a complete emotional victory, except she didn't speak a word during the entire thing, had earphones on, didn't even hold my hand once and dissed two opportunities to be alone with me with the excuse that it was "a test" from her parents. I feel like she just didn't want to.
So I'm cut off on the emotional side, I'm cut off on the sexual side and I'm cut off on just the presence side. I don't know what's left.
>>16669523 I think you should ask her what this relationship is for her, because she doesn't seem to be making much of an effort to be with you. That's just not fair and I think you two really should have a talk about it.
Do you think you would break up with her over this?
She's immature for her age. Chances are she wont change her attitude for years to come. Either you bring your concerns to her attention or you continue living the way you do. She will suck the life right out of you. If you need to break up, it'll be for the best. Don't waste your time with some one that doesnt want to be with you. One sided relationships don't work out, and are unhealthy. You're still in your prime, use it well.
>>16669589 If I felt like it would never change, yes. She once told me when we started dating that I should wait and be patient with her, and over time she'd "blossom" and love me very much. I feel like I'm holding onto a promisse that will never happen because there is absolutely no effort at all on her part to make it happen. Two of the last three times we went out it took me getting mad and rethinking to entire relationship for her to arrange something. Eventually I feel like I'll tire of holding her at gunpoint in order to see something happen.
The date set was 4pm today, I woke up 8am to prepare myself because I know how much time it takes for me to do everything and I wanted to be the absolute best I could with her parents. I got there like two hours earlier and started setting myself up. I felt dead inside by the end of it not because of them, but her. Then her parents said they wanted to know me better before we resume going out again, and now I have to wait until the next weekend to go to her house, where again nothing will happen because the entire family'll be there. Then when we were leaving I said
>I'm just tired. Wanted to sit down somewhere and just be alone with you. Probably only in like two weeks though.
She's playing with you and is a sadistic about it it seems. I don't get why you dated her in the first place, I don't even get how some people can get away with this kind of behavior. You're obviously a beta orbiter to her who provides her with what she wants. She doesn't love you but you probably already know it, your thread is useless since you already know what you have to do but don't want to do it.
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