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He only wants me when he can't have me!

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Question - (31 October 2009) 1 Answers - (Newest, 31 October 2009)
A female Ireland age 51-59, anonymous writes:

i met a guy about a year ago and he sent me lots of txt messages, tellin me he was in love with me etc, after a couple of months i really got to like him so we went out a few times and then had a month long intense relationship seeing each other every day and having amazing sex.

Suddenly out of the blue he dumped me,heart broken I avoided him for 2 months over the summer but he drives my son to school so in september i had to see him daily again. After a week or so he txted me saying he was in love with me again, we arranged to meet a couple of times but each time he cancelled and in the last 2 months we have spent just one night together.

I got sick of him messing me about so i started to see someone else, the first guy txted me how jealous he was and how if i finished it with the 2nd guy he d see me and we cld have a proper relationship.

Last night I sent him a txt to say i had finished with the new guy and shall we meet, he said he was too busy.

Why does he act like this, he seems far more interested in txting than actually seeing me, and every time i say I can see him, except once, he cancels. But when i try and move on he chases after me with such intensity i find it hard to resist?

any advice? has he got emotional problems, will i ever win him over properly?

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A reader, anonymous, writes (31 October 2009):

I would advice to stop figuring him out and do what suits you. Do you want someone who is acting like this

May be he is a mad man, who knows. It really shouldn't concern you, it's silly to pay so much attention to someone's crazyness. Good luck

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