Hello. Me and my boyfriend have been dating ever since May. We used to text a lot and then after that he had to go to two camps for two weeks and couldn't talk to me. Well now since he returned he does little to no texting me at all. He's ignored me for two days. He posts stuff on instagram but idk why he wouldnt see my texts! What should I do? Help me please!!! :(
lightoftruth answered Friday June 21 2013, 6:48 pm: You're gonna have to talk to him face to face.
I'd say maybe he was busy but since you said he's been on instagram and anything else, then he's probably losing interest.
It is really immature of him to do something like this. He's handling how he feels the wrong way. So you need to talk to him face to face and ask him what's going on. If you can't see him, then try calling him. But honestly, I'd find a way to see him and figure out what's going on. [ lightoftruth's advice column | Ask lightoftruth A Question ]
kittenlover2000 answered Friday June 21 2013, 7:53 am: This has happened to me...it sure feels bad but you HAVE to confront him if you want to save this relationship.
You need to text him-cut out the lovey stuff and ask 'have we fallen out?'.
Prepare for the worst but still stay positive. He's either lost interest or just not had time. Its something for you to consider:do you want to be with someone who doesn't have time for you?
Dragonflymagic answered Thursday June 20 2013, 11:33 pm: The two of you really never had any real amount of time to bond in friendship. Can you call instead of text? Lots of guys hate typing for texting or FB.
How well did you know him, Do you know where he lives so you can drop by to say hi and see how things are going. If you still find it like pulling teeth to get any interest or response from him, I suggest you give up on him and wait for someone with better communication and friendship skills to come along. [ Dragonflymagic's advice column | Ask Dragonflymagic A Question ]
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