If you don't want to hang on with the relationship the way it is, just be honest with him and tell him that you are developing deeper feelings for him and would like know how he feels about you and if he truly sees a long-term relationship in your future. Tell him you are concerned about the fact that future plans are stated generally, but nothing is actually done about it and you want to know how he feels. Be honest with him too though, and tell him that if he does not want to make a commitment then it's time to part ways, or be honest and tell him it's okay if he doesn't want to make an open commitment and that you are fine with going on as you are - you just want to know where you stand. The important this is to be honest. He may be taking on more responsibility for you than he should. You both need to know that he is not responsible for how YOU feel, neither are YOU responsible for how he feels..
I may cut my losses now. Thanks for the input!.
Originally Posted by Britney23.
What can I do to help this situation? I don't want to sound like the overly jealous boyfriend. I trust her, but not him. They have many mutual friends, but these Tuesday nights she hangs out just with him. We don't even have a date night! I have a history over analyzing situations, and I'm well aware of the implications of doing this. However, if I let it build up inside, I just analyze things even more and end up doing something stupid (or accusing her of something stupid.) I've told her that I would make an effort to be ok with this, but I've yet to actually feel this way.
Well, actually I wouldn't do that were I in your shoes; I just don't do much of anything..
I'd love some more input from you on this though. Could you elaborate?.
Relaxed, fit guy looking for fun. I like guys who have kept themselves in shape. Prefer smooth to hairy and slim to stocky (But . . .). Non-smoker..
two hot girls to hot asses too......