she won't return my phone calls when she says she that she will

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I met this girl online, we exchanged cell phone numbers and began talking. It turns out that were both alot alike on many levels, and we really understand each other. In an e-mail she referred to me as "my love" and she would always drop hints that maybe we can be more than friends, and so did I. But now she's acting wierd, she won't return my phone calls when she says she that she will. She hasn't return my e-mails or anything. And I don't think she loves me, the worse part is that I love her, and can't stop thinking about her. I'd still cross the universe just to be with her. I just need someone to make sense of all this. I tried "reacting" I tried "not-reacting" nothing seems to be working, and I hate the idea of "moving on" all over again. I hate this, why can't I ever just get things my way? Its always like this. Advice
My advice is to not give up yet on this girl, even though things are looking rather gloomy.

Send her friendly and positive sounding emails asking her how she's been doing and that you still miss her lively conversations.

Perhaps she is going through a phase and is just not interested in you for the time being. But, if you gently and occasionally try to contact her she may come back to you.

There is no reason to stop trying at this point, you have nothing to lose.

My best wishes are with you,

-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at

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