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anonymous1318ParticipantMay 15, 2017 at 2:07 pm #136462
I have rekindled with someone that I dated in my late teens early 20s so we came into this with history. We have been “talking” for 3 months over email and planned to meet 3 times (the third was supposed to be this Friday), but things keep happening where it’s not working out. We were talking to each other everyday pretty much throughout the entire day as much as our schedules will allow. On Thursday we got in a small argument bc he wasn’t as excited about something I was hoping/expecting him to be. We talked through it a little bit and I told him my feelings on it and then he just went completely radio silent. I have sent him several emails apologizing and asking him to just please let me know he’s ok and what’s going on and if he wants to end things. I am guessing at this point my best course of action is to do nothing and hope when he is ready he talks to me again. I’m just so hurt and lost and confused how he could do this to me when I have apologized.
lovie4youParticipantMay 17, 2017 at 12:31 pm #136759
A lot of men don’t like to be controlled, I’m not saying you were doing that maybe you went a little overboard and so did he if over a small item that should have blown over by now. You did the right thing by apologizing But if you two should back together he should man up to it also and apologize but you are right I would hold off and see if he comes around If he has feelings for you, he will com get around.
LaurenAlexxParticipantMay 17, 2017 at 6:10 pm #136825
Honestly, this guy kinda sounds like a jack ass. It’s not un reasonable for you to want someone to share excitement with you over something you care about!
It seems like he is playing some sort of game, and girl, don’t play to him and send him any more e-mails.
People fall out all the time and if he has taken his bat home over something this minor, then honestly I don’t think he was even worth your time.
Find a guy who values and appreciates your excitement and passion for life, don’t be hung up over some guy who’s now shown you twice, that it isn’t working…. xx
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