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This year saw Agile’s return to writing and production with his first new track since 2010 called “All I Wanted” and a collaboration on Kardinall Offishall’s recent album.Do you ever wonder why your relationships start off so promising, yet don't last? Here's the thing, way back I dated several guys who pursued me relentlessly, sending flowers, wining and dining me and showing me off to their friends. I started asking myself: "Did I do something wrong? They like to plan last minute and 'go with the flow', and often say 'sounds great'' or 'I will get back to you' and cancel last minute, stand you up or turn up late. They twist things when you confront them by turning nasty, calling you a drama queen or accusing you of being over sensitive. They are often attractive and successful, yet come up with lots of reasons why they haven't been married, lived with anyone or had a long term commitment. If you complain about not seeing them enough - they say you are too clingy or needy. They like to control everything by picking time frames that are convenient for them. They often date people who live a distance or are married, as then when they want 'out' they then have a great excuse to end the relationship. They pull away when you get close and chase you when you pull away. They are often unfaithful and favour affairs and flings over long term relationships. They like to date as they get lonely but get bored easily which is when the text, emails and calls start slowing down. They often compartmentalise elements of their life which is a sure sign you are they are not into you for the long term. They often mask their deep unhappiness with empty sex, gambling, drink or drugs. Many friends and clients, go into 'euphoric recall' - selective memory focusing on the good sex or/and great lifestyle or charm or looks.

Try not to accept or excuse inconsistent behaviour.

If he's saying there's no way to fit you in, he probably isn't trying to fit you in.

I am not saying you need to constantly see one another.

Some suggestions were: I chase him, I play cool, I sit him down and ask him directly. " I couldn't figure out why this kept happening to me. Several laughed yet looked incredibly uncomfortable and changed the subject when mutual friends would say, "When are you two getting hitched? After starting a journey of self-discovery, it became SO clear: a) I had to stop doubting myself and assuming I had done something wrong or I was not good enough, and b) I had to look within and discover why I kept attracting CPs.

On the other hand, if, like me you keep attracting CP's - it is surely time to take a look inside and get vigorously honest about why you are attracting CP's?