ASK REAL GUYS
Dear ASK REAL GUYS: My ex-boyfriend and I broke up three years ago because I made a big deal of many things. Now we are friends. He is not dating anyone and he calls me to go hang out, he treats me well and we have a great time. When I mention that we act like a couple, he agrees but does not want wish to be in an intimate relationship.
I do love him and I know he loves me. We see each other every weekend. What do you think? Why does he not want to be in a real relationship?
Steven: You should ask him. Perhaps he doesn’t see you in the same way as he did before. Perhaps he is seeing someone else and doesn’t want to be up front with you. Maybe the “relationship” train left the station, but it doesn’t mean it can’t come back again. Tell him how you feel. After all, you don’t want to spend your life wondering what if you were to be truly open about how you feel. If nothing else then you have a good friend.