So I've been having issues with a certain SLE. I'm going to give some background. When I first met this guy, he was super funny, he would do things to make me laugh, I absolutely loved being around him, though we never had prolonged conversation. One day, we finally had a more personal, prolonged conversation, and it was the best feeling I've had in a long time. We were laughing and talking - it was pretty much the most amazing thing ever. I got super excited after that night and wanted to talk to him more. I even had a specific question I had lined up that I really wanted to ask him. But things didn't go right after that
The next thing I knew, he started avoiding me. I came to an activity and saw him there, but he left right after I showed up. When he would play basketball in the gym, he used to come over to the drinking fountain by where I would sit, but he started going to the drinking fountain down the hall instead. I started thinking, "Is he avoiding me, or am I going crazy?" This went on, and there came a point when I was about to go out of town for 2 weeks and had to know if he was avoiding me because I didn't want to be wondering about it on my vacation.
So the next time I saw him, he was being all social and I tried to join his conversation. The person he was talking to even acknowledged me, but the SLE turned his body away from me and started talking to this girl as if I weren't there. Ouch. But I got my answer, and that really was a good thing, because I could move on and be done with it (and I WAS done with it... until he started acting all weird again, but now I can't even be positive about this guy and that's a different story) [NOTE: I've had my heart ripped out of my chest by a certain SLE, so you'll have to excuse me for not being positive].
Anyways, he did the exact same thing to me again after I came back from my vacation. He lured me and this other girl so that we were both listening to him and there I was, listening and making supportive comments. Again, he acted like I wasn't even there, only looking at the other girl and completely ignoring my comments, so I promptly walked away from the situation. And so... I don't get it. Is this common behavior for SLE's? To ignore their dual who is right in front of their face, looking at them and trying to converse with them?