"We spend a lot
of time talking about her. Which is interesting to me. I like learning
about people. But I've realized that I really don't want to date
someone that isn't interested in me, in return. I'm not at all
convinced that she is interested. She seems to be thrilled by the
simple fact that someone is interested in her, and that's all it takes
for her to be attached to that person.
tried slipping the conversation off into other areas. I've tried
talking about things that interest me, or parts of my life. She seems
akward and uninterested until the subject turns back to her.
going to have to talk about this. I'm not entirely sure how to bring it
up. But if I don't get some good answers, it might be time to scale
back the whole relationship angle."
You're still doing it. Any interest you show in anything of mine turns immediately into something to do with you. I told you I have been tuning you out as soon as I see it turn into a chat about you. This morning I found myself tuning you out before it even got that far. Every time I tried to stop myself, you proved that it was just a matter of taking a few extra seconds for the subject to return to yourself.
I love you. But I have no interest in you. I won't unless I see something change. Real change. I can't make that happen for you.