With him talking to me about his currently ending relationship, I wasn’t sure if he just saw me as someone to talk with and just a friend or if he wanted to give me a little insight on himself. but if you pass this along to a friend, who passes it along to another friend, who passes it along to another friend, you’ll be performing a great service to millions of women who struggle with the same issue.
We don’t live far apart and made general plans to meet up for drinks after he got back from a trip.
I was upset, but not at him, just the circumstances. I sent him a message to keep his head up, hoping things got better, out of concern.
He soon got back to me and sort of ran me down on what was happening, asking for my thoughts.
We kept in contact over the first couple of weeks he was gone, but by the end of this trip, the emails diminished dramatically.
I soon found out he began dating a much younger girl (he’s 27, she’s 20, I’m 25) that he had known for a couple of years and was traveling with him. I heard through the grapevine that he was having some relationship problems and was feeling down.
Your issue is so epidemic that there should be a book devoted to it. And I definitely changed my behavior toward guys after hearing it.