SEE ALSO: What It's Like To Date A Police Officer I have learned that these nights are not optional. And even if it's not the real pager, it's the dog app that I can never remember the name of so dog app it is. There are a lot more things to know before dating a fireman, but the rest you'll just have to learn along the way.Yes, other people miss them, but not my firefighter. Structures, fully involved (the good stuff) smoke alarms, cat in a tree (ehh I mean they are fireman...soooo still good stuff). He might be gorgeous but he's an absolute dick, and his job has got nothing to do with it.If he loved you, or even liked you enough, he'd move heaven and earth to see you.
these are all individuals and their actions are dictated by who they are, not what they do.
Also does your alarm bell not ring here, Io W has a small fire service and they are mostly retained, don't get many call outs. I tried to communicate with him but it just didn’t work, I put it down to him not caring but I feel that might be unfair.
Nope, your first assumption is 100% spot on, are you mad, the man has and is still making a complete mug out of you, Jesus woman, wise up! Agree with others that it's highly likely he's a player.
Does this situation of them being married to the job and constantly unavailable sound familiar? My heads such a mess but I know for sure that I can’t reach out to him now, because then I’d be THAT girl, and I can’t be her anymore.
If he’s happy to let this go just as easily, even tho he tells me he’s “just taking orders” from me to leave him alone, is it even worth it?
With the group chat thing, I was like OK, and I made him go and “unsend” them as you can on there. “Married to the job” comes from when we were together, it’s all he’d talk about, he’d get calls from his crew, from the station, constantly asking questions and it seemed as though he thrived on it...