Dating someone and in love with someone else

28-Sep-2016 12:55

Everyone says you have to move on, and that's what I'm trying to do, but I don't really feel like I'm giving this new guy a fair shot if I'm always thinking about the other guy. As long as he understands that and it okay with it, then it is fine.

At the same time, I don't want to miss out on someone else by taking a break from dating, and I think doing that would probably just make me pine away for the other guy even more (although that's basically impossible at this point.) Thoughts? But be careful, he may fall for you and you could hurt him because you are not ready.

It's sooo many women out here looking for a nice guy to date. The last guy was super nice and attentive at first and I liked him just as much when he was.

You could have one, but you thinking about this LOSER! The whole "treating me like crap" thing came as a big surprise, and I guess I just haven't been able to accept that the crappy him is the REAL him, and that should erase any good memories that I might have.

So I recently met someone, don't know him very well yet, but we've gone out a few times and he seems like a nice guy.This girl didn't do anything wrong by deciding to go out with this guy, so be sure to remind yourself of that often.Source: Okay, even if you put yourself in her shoes, it's not like that's a magical cure for jealousy.Also, I don't know the new guy well enough to say that he's genuinely a good guy. If the new guy is nice, you enjoy his company, and the two of you have fun, I see nothing wrong with having a casual relationship with him! As long as he understands that and it okay with it, then it is fine.I dated a guy I really liked for only 2 months when he turned out to be a total jerk. I started hanging out with a new guy that was interested in me, I had no real desire to dive back into a relationship....turns out the new guy was WAY more compatible with me than the old one and we've been together ever since... If, this guy is pretending, then the door is all yours. But be careful, he may fall for you and you could hurt him because you are not ready.

So I recently met someone, don't know him very well yet, but we've gone out a few times and he seems like a nice guy.This girl didn't do anything wrong by deciding to go out with this guy, so be sure to remind yourself of that often.Source: Okay, even if you put yourself in her shoes, it's not like that's a magical cure for jealousy.Also, I don't know the new guy well enough to say that he's genuinely a good guy. If the new guy is nice, you enjoy his company, and the two of you have fun, I see nothing wrong with having a casual relationship with him! As long as he understands that and it okay with it, then it is fine.I dated a guy I really liked for only 2 months when he turned out to be a total jerk. I started hanging out with a new guy that was interested in me, I had no real desire to dive back into a relationship....turns out the new guy was WAY more compatible with me than the old one and we've been together ever since... If, this guy is pretending, then the door is all yours. But be careful, he may fall for you and you could hurt him because you are not ready.It's normal if you need an outlet, but keep it a private one, like a journal or a heart-to-heart with mom.