Some people cannot take a hint. Guy A from this post is one of those people.
I didn’t go into details about all of the things wrong with this guy, so I’ll elaborate slightly. He felt that I should cancel/change plans so we could go out. He felt that I should respond to text messages IMMEDIATELY after he sent one. He was jealous and insecure (oh, I think I mentioned that in my previous post). After I didn’t respond to a text message quick enough on my way to church one Sunday, he sent a snarky reply. That is when I told him to lose my number and have a nice life. (Oh, he still sent me a message on G-Chat that afternoon; I quickly blocked him.)
That weekend is when DC was hit by Hurricane Sandy. Two days later, he sent me a text to “check on me” and “make sure I was ok”, to which he got no response. A week later, because I deleted his number, I answered a call from him. He totally heard the shock in my voice. After that call, I saved his number as DNA (Do Not Answer).
A year and a half later, he has popped back up. A few months ago, he sent me a request to connect on LinkedIn. And just this week he requested to follow me on Twitter (on my private account). You would think that after not speaking with someone in almost two years and making it PAINFULLY obvious that you have no desire to speak with or be involved with a person, he would go on his merry little way…but alas, that is not the case in this situation. In 2012, TyAnthony made sure to ask me if he knew where I lived, to which I was all too happy to state “no” and that he had never been to my house.
So what do you in this situation? Do you continue to ignore this person that won’t go away? Do you reach out and once again state to leave you alone? (I won’t be doing that.) On the flip side, what makes someone not go away? What keeps making him reach out? To see what I’m doing? To try to make sure he stays in the forefront? In any event, I wish he would crawl back into the hole he went in in 2012…and stay there. Until next time, I’m just a Southern girl…in the city.
No mom wants to hear that their daughter is having this problem with a man. I am proud of you for making a very wise decision.