He seems somewhat jealous (in a coy manner, not in an overprotecting and demanding way) when I mention a particular 'friend' of mine, until I finally cleared it up with him that nothing ever happened (he's still jealous though). > this is a red flag this leads to control and jealousy is a very ugly trait in a person..
I'm usually the one calling him or texting him, he rarely> this is another red flag. If he was really interested he would do most of the contacting.
He hasn't actually asked me out just the two of us, we did have something planned but he has a business trip and so it was canceled.> red flag #3, again if he was really interested he would want to be alone with you so the two of you can get to know each other and he would like being with you. He would have rescheduled the canceled plans, if that is even true..
Red flag #4 when a divorced man trashes his ex and says bad things about her and puts all the blame on her this is most likely not completely true..
I don't know what to do anymore> Is 4 red flags not enough? There are probably more if you are honest with yourself and look for them. My advise is do nothing, and move on. Find a man that really wants to be with you..
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My next door neighbor.
Wants to ban all guns.
THEIR HOUSE IS UNARMED.
Out of respect for their opinion I will not protect.
Them with my guns..
Thanks a lot to everybody who's replied. Just want to clear something up, when I said he was jealous I meant it in a playful way, not in a chauvinistic and insecure sort of thing, most like he wanted to know if I was free or if I was 'attached' to my other friend. Oh and he didn't trash his ex-wife, on the contrary, he's quite respectful.I realize now he's not interested, or perhaps he is but not enough as of yet. I've decided I will no longer contact him unless he does so first. I think it time for him to pursue me, if he so wishes.Thanks again!..
Yes, right now enjoy it for what is it and try not to attach too much expectation or hope or anxiety to it.
Agreed, you are better off letting this one go (not that you "have" him) and devoting energy to finding someone who is really availailable and who will treat you well.