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He seemed so concerned with his needs not being met, yet previously he had told me I was the only person who's ever been able to meet his needs physically, mentally, and emotionally (when things were good anyway).My needs were not being met at that point either but I was still trying to make him happy and I overlooked a lot because I love him so much.I was under the assumption that you and he hadn't met before. After break up, when you are depression, you just make a profile, go out to make feel good about yourself. It was in person and we did just about everything together. You'l just say that, you are still in love with your ex and not ready for a relationship right? He'l think, if this girl loved her ex, why the hack she made a dating profile the very next day after break up? So my point is, stop making conclusion because you can never know the truth unless you ask. Sometimes things get so bogged down, that even when you try to work hard at fixing things, there's so much negativity clouding your mind, with all the issues here and there, you can't do anything.And yes, he reactivated an old online dating profile the day after the break up. I just can't grasp why someone would insist that they still love me and yet be looking for someone else the next day. I guess, may be i didn't look good, or she wasn't interested in me.... This is when you need to step back and take a break, and sort things out. And to answer your question, yes....do things differently than we do.(even though i would always want more and it would be very difficult and i don't even know if either of us could do that? But you can't control what may this other guy may think, do you? A member told me If they truly love you they will fight for you that's true love but if they don't do we actually want to spend any more time on loving them and getting nothing back or moving on and becoming stronger. It also sounds like you are blaming yourself to much it is him that has the issues not you.. Listen I went thru this all my other half said we were done and made a profile etc, A few days later cooled down and got over it Just give it time and don't be pushey you will be ok everyone come back Hey Hun, How are you now?
That was the last thing he said to me, well second to last. Nobody can turn their feelings off like a light switch. He may not understand things right now, but I'm sure he still cares deeply. If he did he would have done that with me previously I think. The sooner you'l leave it, the sooner you'l get the peace it. I'm still low but my ex did exactly the same to me on-line dating as soon as we broke up but continued to flirt with me via email and play mind games it was like he got ego boost cos he knew I still loved him..Then he got very angry with me for saying that wasn't true. What we had before all of this arguing was something that's hard to come by. I still wish it could have been resolved and think it could have if he gave it more of a chance rather than take on the attitude of when things get difficult to try less, or so it seemed, although he says he was trying but admits not as much as could have toward the end. I thought about writing him a letter and letting him know that I still love him and that I'm sorry while acknowledging that things were over but still wishing him the best just to get some closure. I really want him to be happy but I need to be, too. You and he didn't have an online relationship, right?I gathered my things, gave him back my key to his house, and left. Then I thought about asking him if he would like to try to be friends someday although it's too soon. And he has moved on or at least it appears that he is trying to. Is the letter or asking for friendship down the road a bad idea? He just made an online profile after the break up, correct? Just like stupidly you made a profile, guys can do it too. We didn't have an online or long distance relationship or anything like that.The thing is, he used to tell me he wanted to spend the rest of his life with me, marry me, that I was his perfect match, the best he ever had, the best thing that ever happened to him, that he would always be there for me and never give up on me, and yet that's exactly what he did when things got bad, he gave up. I feel like a lot of the arguing was about little things that turned into big things.Up until the very end he insisted that he still loved me and I said if he did he wouldn't be doing this and he would fix it with me. But why throw away something that could have been that amazing again? It wasn't an issue of core values or anything like that. I'm probably not thinking right and I don't know what the right answer is. Ok hon, I got half way down the page reading your second reply and realized something.