Confession #1046

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Hi people, I need your sober advise I have been dating this guy for almost 2 years at first this guy was really concerned he always made time for me even though of his busy schedule but right now he doesn’t consider me at all what should I do should I move on or fight for a relationship that is not there.

August 5, 2020 |
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2021-01-13 21:31:44

life changes with time, the problem here is that he has a busy schedule as you say,even you if we may ask him there is something you used to do that you don’t do these days

Anonymous
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2021-01-13 21:31:44

Talk to him, overthinking may cause problems that don’t exist. See what he has to say about it, communication is important

Anonymous
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2021-01-13 21:31:44

Hey Rachel! My advice would be to have a chat with him. He might be holding back things from you that he’s insecure about! He might be struggling at work and in risk of losing his job, he could be helping out family and hasn’t told you to save face. You never know. What I do know is people always chase 3 things in life, wealth, health and relationships. At the time he meet you, relationships may have been top of priority but now he is with you, providing for you may be of priority so now wealth is huge for him. You’ll never know until you chat to him and if you approach it right, you’ll have an amazing and open conversation which could bring you closer together! Give it a go and let us know how you go!

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2021-01-13 21:31:44

Provoke a chat on your concerns. Allow him give his sober opinion on his change of behaviour.
You may be blaming him for neglect yet you also turned out to be a boring, less jovial and contented partner. How spicy are you as a relating partner? How entertaining is your company?
A relationship that is to grow should be spiced up. A monotonous relationship fades instead.
Do your best to bring on board new things to your affair, new talks, new places to visit etc
Summon him for a talk then be honest and frank with him. Propose your new modalities and approach to spice up the affair.
You could make it grow rather than quit

Anonymous
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2021-01-13 21:31:44

Perhaps we need to understand these two points: what does being concerned mean and at what point did he stop being considerate?
I think there is something that may have provoked him to change. You need to first do a self-evaluation then initiate some communication.
Your guy may have feared that you want him to get married yet he is not prepared, or there is more than meets the eye.

The rule of thumb, talk and you’ll find his sudden change of behaviour.

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2021-01-13 21:31:44

Two years is indeed a long time there might be boredom if especially nothing much has added value in your relationship move to the next step suggest making it official and get married

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2021-01-13 21:31:44

Initially you were not making any effort on the sustainability of the relationship. Why dont you create time for him too…

Anonymous
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2021-01-13 21:31:44

I believe you should move on

Anonymous
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2021-01-13 21:31:44

Move on sis. Men are like that. They get enough of you then they start social distancing

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