Not actually, it is still all here, every last word of it
Met a single guy online. We're in our 30's. I'm separated... he knew I wouldn't be totally available for about a year. We talked every day for 3 weeks, then
arranged to meet. We had dinner, drinks, talked until dawn, had sex, talked more. He didn't perform as well as he hoped, but it was ok. During our talks before and after the sex, he asked (at least 8 times) if I was willing to go on a vacation with him next week and hang with him for then next year until I'm totally free, which games we were going to, etc. I felt really close. Then I get the text on the way home..."maybe things were said because of drinking, you weren't as hot as your pics, you seemed bored at times, and maybe you can find someone better than me." I can understand saying a few things because of alcohol, but hours and hours of talking about how great we were together?
What is this?ot actually, nothing goes lost
It`s virtually obvious to me, what with asking eight times, etc, his sense of self worth was through the floor. Often the case for men on line. He dropped back to directly questioning her interest. "Maybe things were said because of drinking" Finally came the "sour grapes" "You were n`t as hot", etc My best guess is that he was actually overly fond, overly needy, and that what she was experiencing was his hopeless, beating up on himself, despair. I knew that there was something about this which required further thinking .