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End in friendship
2016-02-10 08:01:28 Post No. 16790101
End in friendship
Post No. 16790101
Wrote on here a few days ago. Anyway, I got a guy friend whom I've known for 6 years in just a month. We started out as friends, then got together but that failed multiple times. We eventually came to the conclusion that we weren't meant to be more than friends. It's been hard but I've accepted it. I make sure I'm not all over him, I've always respected him and his schedule. We mostly chat via messenger and from time to time over voice. Although hes the one who initiates it, asking me if I want to and every time I say yes, giving up whatever I was doing prior to it. I value our friendship, because it's kinda the only true and real thing I have.
I'm currently battling cancer and have been for quite a while. I wanted to tell him this and asked if he had time this past weekend. He said yes. But he forgot and I got somewhat upset. He seemed annoyed that I had requested it and reluctantly suggested that we spoke late Sunday night, that was after calling me a baby. I said good-night because I was hurt. Monday I apologized for my part, but he didn't reply to me at all and yesterday it just got worse.
He seems to hold it against me, that I ask for nothing but 5 minutes of his time. He argues that he's busy and that I should just have taken the offer of talking to him when it was there and he doesn't seem to get that friendship doesn't mean settling for timed offers and deals. He makes it out that I'm the villain, asking him to drop everything for my sake.
I haven't heard squad from him since the argument but I think that's for the best. Am I in the wrong here? Asking for 5 minutes? I just feel like I'm a nuisance when it comes to the benefits of a friendship?