Could someone please explain the exact meaning of 'I'm not here to'? I've found info that it might possibly show some sort of disapproval of the speaker and that they don't want to make effort to do something or don't have time to do something as their focus is elsewhere.
I've read it might be similar to 'I've no time for this'.
The exact words were:
I'm not here to reassure you. I'm not here to say I love you.
It was said in an argument, the background is that one side was busy and preoccupied but pushed to say they love someone.
Does this mean this person doesn't ever want to reassure the other or say thay love them, it's just not something they believe they should ever do (similar like in: it's not my job/role to...) or were they just angry or fed up with this request, or maybe had no time or nental space to say these at this moment? Or anything else? Thank you.