Dating is wrong
Trust that by dragging it out longer than it needs to be,you’re only prolonging your own happiness (and his, even if he doesn’t realize it now). You deserve your own happiness so much more than you might give yourself credit for, which is why you might have ended up dating the wrong guy for longer than you should in the first place.
I get it — it’s scary to be alone, especially if you’re used to companionship.
She explains that this can be range from convincing yourself he's just busy at work to coming up with elaborate scenarios for him not replying back.
Let him go, not just for your sake, but because he deserves the freedom of being available for the person that’s right for him, too. Dating the wrong guy just adds to your list of failed relationships, so it’s normal to try and make it work even when it’s so painfully obvious it never will.He has a girlfriend, but either swears he'll break up with her for you or already has.You've heard "once a cheater, always a cheater" so many times, but you wonder, if this time, it's not actually relevant."With in-and-out relationships, [you] get to say ‘I want something real,’ but on another level, something more real is frightening," adds Greenberg.You have to ask yourself: is there a part of you that would freak out if the flaky guy stopped flaking?
This guy changes his mind about you and the relationship all the time.