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“I’ve been seeing this guy for almost 6 months now.Everything is pretty much perfect- we love spending time together, he really cares about me, we spend almost every night together, and we’re pretty much a ‘couple’ in the conventional sense.That’s exactly how I felt when I experienced those same emotions a few years back and I will admit that it was devastating.It wasn’t necessarily that the guy I didn’t hear from made me feel awful, but more so that it happened without warning and the painful change became my sudden reality.The only problem is he won’t call me his girlfriend.I’ve tried bringing it up and when I do he almost makes me feel guilty about it and says things like ‘what we have is so special, why do we have to label it?There’s no pressure to title what you are and you like where you are with him because how things are going simply feels right.You've been talking to this guy who sparked your interest for months now.

We're not dating each other, and do not want to date one another- we're just platonic friends. We're not dating each other, and do not want to date one another- we're just platonic friends. I want to do right by my faith, and I think it's okay, but am seeking the counsel of others I guess. We're not dating each other, and do not want to date one another- we're just platonic friends. We're not dating each other, and do not want to date one another- we're just platonic friends. I want to do right by my faith, and I think it's okay, but am seeking the counsel of others I guess.’ I know he had a painful breakup with his girlfriend before me which I think might be a part of this, so I’m trying to be understanding but I don’t think one thing should have anything to do with the other.Sometimes I’m okay with how things are, but other times I get really angry, especially when my friends get on my case about it.He feels that he can't even provide for himself right now so how will he be able to provide for me? Still goes out to the bars with his friends like he is single but is trying to spend almost everyday he can with me? Just a comfortable "session" to get him by until he finds someone he is interested in? I heard that when a man wants to get back together with his ex he won't come out and say it right away until he is sure it is what he really wants, but I don't want to wait around for him to come around either... Shed some light on me and help me figure out what to do with this guy...He tells me that he isn't looking for anything with anyone else and can't stop complimenting me on the days where I look good. He is acting like a boyfriend but talks like he is disinterested? I'm in love with him, everything about him and I know that sounds mental because we have never met, but I've been...