I have been sleeping with my friend for a year now. I have known him since we were 14, and now were 23.... So I would say that we are pretty good friends. We dont always have sex, in fact I would say at most we have sex twice a month. But he used to come over every day before he finished school and started working. And he is not always after sex, he doesnt touch me or kiss me every time he comes over. The first time we had sex was on his birthday last year. We did that for a few months and we quit sleeping together prety much and I started dating this other guy for about 6 months and he treated me really bad and we havent been together not for 6 months and I have been sleeping with my friend again since I broke up with my ex. I have often figured he decided to move on from having sex with me, and then we will end up having sex again, and he is always contradicting himself, telling anyone and everyone he doesnt want a relationship, but then our friends come over and he is all over me and when they ask if were together he says "not yet" or "not right now" I admit to letting this go too far, just cause Im scared to talk about feelings, its hard to find the right words. I am still scared to ask him what he plans to do, and tell him I feel disrespected. But its been going on for too long to let it go with out talking about it. Am I right?? We just had sex on Saturday, which was his birthday. Usually he sleeps over every weekend, whether we have sex or not. He slept in my bed with me that night but got up really early and left. And hasnt wanted to come over or anything since. He texted me yesterday about what am I doing for independence day. But I am really put out by him, I am really starting to like him and if he plans to just keep using me I will have to quit seeing him at all since I am starting to like him, which bums me out since were such good friends. I would like a mans opinion on if he is using me or scared of commitment?? And suggestions on ways to bring this up to him and the right things to say so maybe we can salvage our friendship after cutting things off sexually....View Thread
I felt very similar to you when I was living with m mother! I was a really good kid had a part time job, went to school, got straight As on honor roll...I wanted to be athletic but she would not allow me to join any school sports cause "boys would have wet dreams over me at night watching me play soccer" she was just ridiculous, I moved out when I was 15. I still live with my dad now that I am 22. The only thing I wish he wouldnt bother me about what am I spending my money on, he thinks im on drugs cause I am always broke even after finishing college. life is tough for me right now I am barely paying bills thats my only excuse... I dont really know why I am so broke but he just keeps accusing me of spending it on drugs I just need a higher paying job, but its hard to find one right now ya know...View Thread
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