He has tried on other occasions to contact me, but he won’t talk me in person.
About a week after the bar incident, he got a new girlfriend. We live in a small town, so everyone knows everyone.
Now with his new girlfriend, he’s made their relationship official, and her family constantly posts on FB how great he is. But seriously, can I get insight on why men will breakup with a great girl, and then turn around and date someone who is several steps down? someone who doesn’t want to disparage a total strange for no reason).He’s rushing into it, they quickly went public with the relationship, he’s still seemingly interested in you, etc.— all of that sounds like a rebound, or at least a casual “relationship.” She’s probably totally in the dark and… I’m gonna stop right there because why do you even care about any of this? If you have a relationship/dating question I can help answer, you can send me your letters at [email protected](be sure to read these guidelines first). So I blocked and deleted him from my phone, Facebook, and Snapchat. You can also follow along on Facebook and Instagram. I asked him what I lied about, and got no response.
You can read about me here, peruse the archives here and read popular posts here. Like, we were in a bar at the same time the whole night and he acted flirty, but, after I went home, he sent me some rude text messages, calling me “facetious” and saying I lied about “happenings” in our relationship. We had a lot in common, but he said he wasn’t ready for a relationship. He has made attempts to get into contact with me, but only with text messaging.My question is: why do men sometimes leave a woman and then go and date someone who is several steps down from the woman they left? I’m smart, I have a great, great job, I am athletic and adventurous, I volunteer, and I have a wide network of friends.And yet, my boyfriend dumps me and turns around two months later and is Facebook-official with another girl.He brings her knick-knacks, and he spends time with her family. — A Few Steps Above Brian: What bothers me more than the utter nastiness of your attitude toward the new girlfriend, a total stranger, is the seeming contradictions in the two situations: your former relationship and his current one. The most plausible explanation is that he wanted an FWB and you refused; good move on your part.When he and I dated, he never made the relationship official, but I never pushed it because I wanted him to come to make that move. I don’t really want to date him, but I would like to talk to him again in the future. Also, he just recently hid the fact on Facebook that he was in a relationship with her. First, he seems to have broken up with you but the details you offered about that doomed relationship are about 1/100th as in-depth as the ones you gave us about the new girlfriend. His current relationship reads loud and clear as a rebound attempt, even when we look at it from a neutral perspective (i.e.