Thanks for your response! It's strange I can't put my finger on it. At first I was attracted and thought she was pretty. Then it wavered back and forth, I didn't think she was as attractive or as pretty, and then eventually that became more and more the case. It's almost like the person (in the patterns I've experienced) become unattractive looking to me - it's not a lack of chemistry. I've told her that I have these issues and we have talked about things. I said that I don't want to be unfair to her. Whenever we talk about the possibility of breaking up it makes us both really sad..
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You're so wrong GildedLily. What makes it so difficult 4 me to move on is the fact that he reciprocates. I can't give u all the details because there are just too many. I know without a doubt that he feels something but he is TAKEN. He follows my lead. Whatever I do, he returns and if I do nothing, he does nothing as well. Maybe he cares more than I think, I don't know. I just know that I don't want to take it too far cause I don't want to be "the other girl". I have a lot of respect for myself so I'll never do anything to make him cheat. I'd rather move on cause I know that there's something/someone even better for me out there..
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I'm pretty sure this is the way most people feel about the person they ultimately marry..
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Men want relationships as much as women. They want families, eventually, as much as women. They desire to be a part of their children's lives. You do realize this, right? Some are not ready (like women) for serious relationships and most know that a family is a big responsibility so they will hold off until they find the right woman (and financial stability) before even beginning to consider raising a family with her..
She doesn't know what she wants. Things were probably rocky and unsure with #1, so she tried to maintain something with you, but she was clinging to something, and now since #1 has decided to keep her, she's focusing on him. Who knows if she'll reach out again, especially if #1 starts pulling back or is not the man she thought he was. You may decide to give it another shot, but what makes round three any different than the first two? How long before she loses interest and moves on again...and again..