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clashgrl17ParticipantMay 30, 2013 at 10:52 pm #32469
We’ve been “dating” (exclusive but never discussed it really) for a month and a half and a week ago he basically disappeared off the planet. He texted me saying “we need to talk” which is basically the worst thing you can say to a girl except “I slept with your sister”. Anyways, after I replied, he eventually said “about us, we can talk about it tomorrow” cool. But he had a seizure that night (he has epilepsy) and so obviously he couldn’t talk about it the next day. I texted him to feel better a day later, no answer. Pretty much the same thing happened two days later. We now haven’t talked in a week, and I’m worried this is his way of ending it without having to talk to me. I found out from a friend that he went to the doctors for some tests today, and I know his disease affects him a lot, and it’s kind of out of control right now. However, he’s been on Facebook, so he could text me at least once. Or acknowledge my existence or something crazy like that. What should I do? Because I don’t want to bother him if he’s really feeling miserable, but at the same time what if he’s just trying to end it sneakily? Things were going great before that day, he texted me almost everyday and we hung out a lot and talked about the somewhat close-ish future and he promised he loved me, got me flowers, etc. what’s happening?
recluse4680ParticipantJune 16, 2013 at 11:04 am #33404
Let him go. I don’t care how busy or sick or otherwise distracted he is. If he is interested in you, if he cares at all, he would communicate with you. I have been in this vicious cycle far too much in my life and I know it is one of the most awful feelings in the world. But you’ll do better to get over him now rather than drag out your heartache.
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