Someone said :
I started it? Aw cupcake!
I'm sorry! I should have sugar coated it for ya bbz.
Nope, that would be condescending
, which is a different kind of rude.
I get the feeling that you genuinely don't know how to be respectful to other people. All I'm saying here is, I'm not going to take you seriously as a person, unless I see you make an effort.
In my experience this stuff doesn't happen with people who are genuinely interested in you. I eventually worked that out when I was 30 after years of chasing after eegits that had no interest in anything other than a quick shag. I think I just stopped caring and then out of nowhere I met my partner. And the first six months were really nice and easy with no game playing.
So I don't know, maybe you should just relax a little more and try to enjoy being single more.
Just to clarify the situation; I do not like this guy but we do have mutual friends, will you (the collective you) please get out of this mode of "stop chasing him, stop over thinking it".
I'm not seeking to date this guy.
I'm not seeking to mend things.
I don't have a crush on this guy.
My problem here is, I've just text someone out of the blue, to discover I've been apparently "ignoring them" to the point of psychological abuse, for 4 months (like, WTF??).
He had a crush on me, yes, but I did more then what was expected of me to give him a chance and he got used to me running around helping him to date me, and helping him to keep in contact with me and he's pissed that I stopped doing this and "took the safely wheels off".
I just want to know, is it a fair enough to tell any mutual friends to "fuck off" if they start a shit storm of "how could you treat someone like that?", "I though you were better then that Greenmanpp", "you're always talking about treating people with respect, and then you ditch this guy for months?".