I hope it's just the alcohol

Canada
July 2, 2011 7:31pm CST
My roommate suddenly wants to feel me up. Despite that I'm married and he has a girlfriend, this is suddenly what he wants. I have no feelings for him, I never have, and he knows this. I think it's because he's drunk, but he's never done this before. I really don't know what to do. I don't believe in cheating, I'd never do this, and he should know that. I've already told him that I'm not interested, but he doesn't seem to understand. It's sad when a person does this, it's hard to deal with it.
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8 responses
@andy77e (5165)
• United States
4 Jul 11
I am mildly confused as to why you have a a roommate, if you are married? I'd rather not give a real response until I understand the situation.
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@Cherish14 (2695)
• Philippines
3 Jul 11
ohh you're a girl and your roommate is a guy. hmmmm that is interesting hehe but i don't really know what you mean by that, it is just weird having a roommate as a guy and one is married and he other one has a girlfriend. well i don't really know. in my opinion, in the first place i wouldn't share a room with a guy even if he is a friend. hmmmm there are some probable reasons as to why he acted like that. 1, maybe he really has some feelings for you but just can't say because you have a boyfriend and he is married. 2, he was just drunk, he didn't know what he is doing. 3, some guys are just like that, married or not, in a relationship or not, has some feelings for you or not, they just wanna hook up and just have fun and just wanna have some s** for pleasure. i just hope everything goes well with you and that i am glad you made the right choice to refuse him. wish you happiness in your marriage. happy mylotting
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@ptower76 (1618)
• United States
3 Jul 11
The sad part of this is that this person is really not going to stop this behavior whether you speak to him when he is sober or not. And what if his behavior escalates while you are both home alone? The only way he is going to stop while living with you is to stop drinking. Or at least not drink in the domicile you share or come home drunk. Is this something you will tolerate? Is this going to happen anytime soon that you can see? Unless this individual stops drinking, I think it is time to begin looking for a new room mate. The alternative is to wait until he decides to stop. Your Choice.
@ptower76 (1618)
• United States
3 Jul 11
Not only that, even if he is not a bad guy and one wanted to help him, he is not going to stop drinking until he reaches his bottom. Don't let him drag you down with him.
• Kottayam, India
2 Oct 11
you ask any drunkard what they got out of drinking loss of income & health that is all.
@dong88 (796)
• China
3 Jul 11
Oh,get these things must be calm,and positon to bright,don't let the other side has favous.Some men are using drunk to deceive the woman,this be alert. Happy every day!
• Philippines
3 Jul 11
Maybe he was just really drunk. But that is scary. If he really feels that way and he can't control it, although i hate to say it, he might do something worse. I think, if you can, get away from him lol. For your own safety and for your marriage's sake.
• Philippines
3 Jul 11
I guess you better talk to him when he's not drunk. You are a married woman and the decision must come from you. No man can ever force you to do what you really don't want to do. As early as now, stay away from him and put a space between you and him. Don't put yourself into something so complicated.
• United States
3 Jul 11
Yikes and not good. I would wait until the room-mate is sober and lay the rules straight forward. I am sure that while sober he will understand, I hope. As this would not be good if he crossed boundaries. I would not keep silent as then while drunk he thinks it is okay.