So I, a Virgo woman, met a Taurus man a few days ago. I felt a almost instant attraction to him so I contacted him and he admitted he thought I was cute when he first saw me. Yesterday, we hung out for the first time alone. It took a while for me to get comfortable with him but once I did, I felt at peace next to him. We started talking about deep stuff; we were really open. After talking he asked if I wanted a hug (some of the topics were rough) and of course I said yes. Then a little bit later he asked if I wanted to lean on him. So I did. He commented on my scent saying I smelled good. I told him that he had really soft skin and that he was really comfortable to lay on; no lie I felt so safe. Earlier that night I told him I told him a lot about me because I trusted him. He brought that back up then asked me if he could trust me and I said yes. That's how the night ended.
He texted me today that he was in a good mood because he found a real friend. I asked him who he was talking about and he said me.
I'm confused. Why is he acting like the night before didn't happen? Is this just how Taurians act?
*DISCLAIMER* This story is pretty long. If you don't feel like reading it all, skip to the last 2 or 3 paragraphs.
So this fairytale gone wrong begins with a young Leo boy (16) and a young Virgo girl (17) meeting in high school. He was a super quiet underachiever and she was an super involved over achiever. Somehow these two bonded instantly over their shared interest in Xbox 360 and exchanged gamer tags. This was the beginning of a 3 year rollercoaster of a relationship.
Everything was great between us for the first year. We eased into the relationship so organically but because he was so shy, I had to initiate most of the relationship "milestones" (first kiss, first I-love-you, etc). But was okay with that because we were super in love with each other. I don't want to sound self-absorbed but he was consumed with me. He texted me everyday, he called me every night and every morning, we watched movies all the time, and played the Xbox for hours. We thought we were going to be together forever and began talking about our future.
One day I was hanging out with friends (I had just turned 18 at the time) and we started playing truth or dare. I was dared to act like I was breaking up with my Leo. I objected profusely because I knew how sensitive he was. I also knew that this was going to end bad but it was either do the dare or drink this disgusting cup of nastiness they threw together. So I did it and it was dramatic and broke my heart to see him so sad. He even Facebook messaged my mom saying that he loves me and that he was sorry he couldn't get to know her better. He cried and he begged me to stay. After a few minutes of this I couldn't bear it so I told him about the dare and how sorry I was. He didn't take that well either. I'm sure he thought he was being seem as a joke or something. Although he said he was relieved that I want breaking up with him, I know that instance began the downward spiral. So thinking back, I should've just drank the damn concoction.
After this, I started to become somewhat distant. I was leaving for college and was focused on that. Since I was a year older than him, he remained in high school. Us talking everyday all day turned into us talking less and less often. He was always still so attentive when we did talk. But still, it wasn't the same. Since we were so distant and I was sort of feeling like the relationship was a burden, I called it off so many times but he never would leave. It was like he was living in a delusion. But each time I would break it off, he would get a little bit more distant from me until our our feelings were reversed. I was trying so hard and he was trying so little.
Now at this point, I'm 19 and going into my second year in college. For about 7 months before hand, we talked almost every other week. During this time, I was talking to another guy. I was open with him about this and he made it seem like he didn't care. I didn't understand why he didn't care so I rubbed it in his face and showed him text messages of our conversations and asked him for advice about it. I was being a petty b****. And I know doing this only pushed him away more.
The more he didn't want me the more I wanted him until I didn't care anymore and he would text me once a month or so until a week ago. This instance we started having a banterous conversation about Xbox one vs PS4 and wandered to a conversation about University. I asked him how college was and he asked me what I was going to do after I graduate. I said I was planning on going to law school and he replied "so it looks like I got me a lawyer". Then I replied "I'll still charge though". Of course I was only joking. Then we said goodnight and that was the end of that.
Two days after that (around three days ago) I logged into his Facebook because I look at news stories and funny videos through his account. Usually his account is dead but a message popped up. I tried to ignore that red notification but I had to click on it and the message was from a woman. I clicked on the thread and i saw a long flirtatious conversation between him and the girl. She was pretty but she had to be six or so years older than him (he's 18). I felt anger well up inside of me and I confronted him about it. He told me that they were just friends and seemed pretty confused about why I still log into his Facebook acct. I was so mad. I told him that I was going to block him and never talk to him again but that was a bluff. Later on I apologized to him and told him that I would love to see him to rekindle our relationship and that I would be in his town for thanksgiving but after that he blocked me on iMessage and Facebook.
Does blocking me mean he's done with me? He and the girl have been talking for a few days but he seems to be moving super quick with her (unfortunately I can still see their Facebook messages). I love him so much and would be willing to fix things but I just want to know if these last three years were a waste or if there's a chance he would unblock me and come back to me.