Hesitating

Have you ever had that conversation in a relationship where it dawns on you that you shouldn’t be having this conversation? It suddenly breaks into your awareness that the fact that this particular conversation is occurring is the huge red flag signaling that something is way not right?

Guys are pretty easy to figure out, if women would only shut up and listen. When we do they not only say what they think, they do it. Or, as in my situation, they don’t do anything relationally significant except clutter the landscape.

The other day, the guy I’m living with, said…regarding us and marriage, “I’m just hesitant…”. Of course he then lists reasons why he is hesitant to move our relationship forward. To me, the reasons are irrelevant. He told me all I need to know. He is hesitant. Okay. That’s fine.

But it isn’t fine.

We’ve been together well over a year. He’s had time to see things as they really are. He’s living with me. But he’s hesitant.

Tonight I told him, he’s taking up space in my life. I told him he needs to move out. I told him that if he’s hesitant then he has no business living in my house, eating my food, taking advantage of me and cluttering the landscape. He needs to get out and quit taking up space in my life.

I just really do not have time for this and I hate clutter. That, unfortunately, is what he has become.

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Posted on April 3, 2012, in Relationships and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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