What should I do?Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
My ex and I are still in contact after he broke up with me for 3 weeks. We broke up because he felt that he lost the love after going through too many quarrels, which I would say is mostly my fault cause I don't give way. He said that we'll be special friends and I can always go to him if I needed help. But I came to realise that keeping in contact always coming from me than from him. We went out recently but that was because he promised to do me a favour, but I did enjoyed myself, I'm sure to a certain extent he did too. I tried to talk to him online on msn cause I thought calling him might just not be the best idea, don't want to appear to be bugging him always. But the replies I got from him are always short answers, and he'll take a long time to respond, as if talking to me is the most boring thing on earth. I'm quite disheartened as I'm beginning to feel that I'm running out of topics to talk to him. I want him back, but I understand that there must be some interaction going on for him to view me in a new light as I cahnge for the better. Right now I just feel that he's cutting the conversation short, I really would want to know how can I go about making him talk, or at least keep the conversation going? Thanks.
Give up on MSN... obviously it's not working.
When you went out it seems like it went well, so try to go out again.
Also, try telephoning and see if that works any better.
I still think that three weeks is too short of a period to panic over. Maybe it is over, but you still have options open.
Don't judge him by MSN.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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