I tried to be there for him but he totally withdrew and would reject my advances and we started fighting a lot because of it.He told me he loves me, but felt like I was smothering him and he needed to find himself.I'm not sure if it was because I was afraid of catching feelings, confused about mixed emotions or I was focusing too much on finding “Mr.Right.”Then I revisited the idea of reaching out to my ex.It's our goal to help readers have fun and satisfying relationships with the opposite sex, and what better way to do that than to do an in-depth investigation of what makes men tick?
"We were thrilled to work with Ask Men on this survey to provide our readers with more understanding about the male mind.In general, our society doesn't ask men to be as accountable as [what] they demand from women, but that is only in relationships.In battle, sports, politics, religion and business, guys had better take the hit if they deserve it." To find out more about men and their love-life regrets, I asked several of them to share their biggest disappointments with me.Hi Nice Guy and Fuckboy, I started a friendship with someone (let's call him Paul*) almost a year ago, after we both recently exited unsatisfying relationships. When we first started interacting, I strictly only had feelings of friendship toward him. He is the most intelligent person I've met so far in my life, and I learned a great deal about myself and friendships/relationships within a few months.I told him I would give him space while he figured things out but he said he couldn’t ask me to do that.