You met this guy; he’s charming, funny, attractive, and is totally interested in you. You go on a few dates; everything seems great before he starts disappearing then showing up again as if nothing happened. You’re confused then you realize: “holy shit; I’m his fling!”
You finally figured out you’re his fling. You’re still not that emotionally attached (If you are, that’s a whole other article), and it’s high time to take some action!
Don’t dwell on it
First things first, don’t bat an eye over the guy! Always think “kalb w ra7.”
Don’t turn all “John Tucker must die” on him
Revenge is the biggest sign of showing you care. Don’t go down that line!
Don’t actually talk about it
You shouldn’t do this for many reasons, and here’s why:
- You don’t want to look like a dumbass
- You don’t want to seem desperate
- People will always find a way to go all like “NO, IT MUST NOT BE TRUE. HE LOVES YOU,” and you’ll fall back into their traps.
Don’t fully blame the guy
While the guy should be blamed, of course, he never really forced you into anything (or at least we hope so). You went in it by choice, and you should own up to your mistakes!
Don’t say it’s just one guy
Nope. Players are everywhere, and if you fell for one, chances are you’ll fall for a million! Learn from your experience and know what to avoid later with men.
Don’t get too cautious
Time to say the exact opposite of what we said up there, but don’t judge all men by one! True, players are everywhere, but there are still many good guys out there.
Don’t play the player
Yeah, dumb mistake! Many think that they could turn the tables on the guy who played them. Just like we said, revenge is pointless! Wasting your time and energy to “play” someone who hurt you is just childish, pointless, and won’t help anyone. And chances are, you’ll get more attached.