The person who rejected you has a mind of their own, and you can’t change it by force. They are exercising their free will, and unless they choose you, you’ll have to walk away. That will only prolong your agony, not make it go away.Our relationship is starting to suffer now because even though I say I’m fine with how things are, deep down this is really bothering me and I feel really hurt by the fact that even though I am his ‘girlfriend,’ he won’t acknowledge me in that way.Can you please shed some light on what’s going on here?”If a guy won’t call you his girlfriend after a month (two months tops), then I would say it means that he’s enjoying the relationship exactly where it is and at this moment will not take it any further unless he is inspired to.I guess the simple answer as to why he won’t call you his girlfriend is because he doesn’t have to. so all my feelings for him came back and after a month he again told me to go on holiday with him , we went to a holiday for a week to another country , he did so much for me, he almsot planed everything before going to holiday, he payed for everything, we argued one day , but i guess it wasnt very important argue and we had very good ending and when we were going to say goodbye in airport he cried which was very shocking to me and i was like why you are crying and he said im going to miss you, i dono when im going to see you and these also at that time he told me he had a distance relationship before in paris and he wasnt looking for anything serious but now he is looking for a girl to be with. i went to his house for a week , we had a great time , he organised so many stuffs for me to do and also he booked somewhere very nice in a different city to go for two nights, everything was great.
And let me know how things have developed right here in the comment section.“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. And you’ll see they are not that perfect as your selective memory suggests. If you still think they are the best thing that has ever happened to you, and you’ll never find someone who can match them, you can do another reality check – make a list of all the things you didn’t like, you argued about, things that made you feel uncomfortable, their words, opinions and behaviours that hurt you. Once you see it on paper it might be easier to see why you didn’t work out.