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He says he's not emotionally there but when it comes to the sexual part of a relationship then it's fine!

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Question - (28 November 2010) 1 Answers - (Newest, 28 November 2010)
A female United Kingdom age 22-25, anonymous writes:

I have known this guy now since i was 7 and now were both 17, we have always been really good friends but things started changing 2 years ago when he fell for me. i didnt feel the same towards him but just wanted a little fun so we kissed etc, he asked me out after a couple of months having fun and i said no. He then found another girl and went out with her, after he broke up with her i started liking him, its been over a year now that i have liked him.

We have discussed having a relationship all the time, this discussing has literally been going on for about 5 months now but he always says it doesnt feel right but he still continues to kiss me etc. We tell each other stuff we have never told anyone else and we are really close. He tells me he can imagine waking up to me in a bed in a relationship with me but then sometimes he thinks its not right.He knows how much i like him but hes so confused i have no idea what to do or tell him sometimes because its just getting annoying.He cant make up his mind and i dont want to hang around for him any longer but i just cant get over him, he says hes not emotionally their with the relationship thing but when it comes to the sexual part of the relationship its fine because he said to me that im the only girl he feels comfortable around doing things with.

all i want to know is should i move on or do i really have a chance with him?


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A female reader, Denise32 United States +, writes (28 November 2010):

Denise32 agony auntYou have known him since you were seven, right. He likes you and the prospect of having sex - I hope you have not slept with him yet - but you need to be dating others - lots of others so as to be able to begin to get some idea of who you are well-suited to, and those you don't hit it off with.

I'd say its time to move on.......

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