Is it a symptom of something else? Narcissistic people often have narcissistic parents, who offered them a build up but no real substance. The child was only useful to these parents when they were serving a purpose for them.
May 5, at 2: In the middle of it all, he started a new job and at that time I noticed he became more distant. I let it go for a few weeks but recently decided I had to say something. And then I asked if he ever sees a relationship with me and he said yes. What do you guys think?
Is it even worth continuing to see him and addressing the situation at another point? May 5, at 3: Life waits for no one. He said he is not interested in a relationship at this time. If that is what you want I see no reason to continue dating him.
In a few months should he change his mind he can call you and try courting you again. Hopefully by then you will have already found someone who was ready. I think to continue with this guy is to torture yourself.
He has told you upfront what his feelings are and you have to respect this. I think if you continue to see him then its on his terms and he will likely just mess you around and do the slow fade anyway.
Easier all round x May 5, at 3: Killer hours at work that I know he has for a damn fact. Keep the advice coming ladies I need it too May 5, at 3: His excuse in this case?
May 5, at 4: And it is irrelevant. Be really careful — he did not say — wait for me. He is willing to let you go right now, period. Listen to what he said and not what you wanted him to say. If you try to stay with him right now, you will look like a doormat. If you stay, you will be saying — no, I deserve less.
End it, and tell him to give you a call when he is more settled. If you are looking for a relationship then do not wait for him to make up his mind.
Date other people and find someone without a new job. Waiting for him will prevent you from meeting the guy who actually wants something serious and would never make you wait.
You should stop seeing him and start seeing other guys who are looking for a relationship and whenever he has more time in his hands and if you are still single then you two could give this a shot.
Life is too short to wait around for this one guy. I know what the others are saying and why. I believe your guy is asking you to be patient with him. Give him 6 months to a year and I am betting he will be asking you to marry him.
Unconditional love with boundaries is what is called for in this situation. And lots of self-love and patience. Give yourself the chance to know the beautiful loving feeling I am getting right now.
May 5, at 5: After talking about my situation to death with friends, family, co workers and even on here, I came to the realization that I need to make my own decision.
Be it with him or with someone else. If you feel it deep down in your gut that this is what you want to do, then go for it! If you do decide to wait, then you have to master being patient, not pressure him, not pressure the relationship, just go with the flow, enjoy the moments, live in the now and not look too far into the future.
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The Secret seems to see a void and try to fill it. With the work, there is no void at all.
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Feb 12, · So before everyone attacks me for believing a classic one-liner, please hear me out:) I’ve been seeing a guy x/week for a few months – great connection and I really could see . Narcissistic relationships are formed when one or both partners struggle with a narcissistic personality.
Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) is defined by The Mayo Clinic as “a mental disorder in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance and a deep need for admiration.