He was the one talking about moving up to be with me only a week before

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Dear George I would like to thank you for your quick and helpful response to my question. I'm hoping that you will have my previous email about my situation. It has been just over a week since I last heard from my ex. I wondered if people DO ever realise or change their minds reference this kind of thing. I also think he has emotional problems as you say. I am concerned that I may have appeared desperate it was such a blow after such a great thing. I know he told me he thought that and I explained it wasn't that as I was. I am not that way but just didn't want to lose something I thought was so precious! He was the one talking about moving up to be with me only a week before. I am having up and down days and trying to keep busy! Do you think he is having any pain at all? If he really cared would he have contacted me by now? Thanks again for your helpful advice.

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It is a shame that he is acting so cold about this. Something must have clicked in him (in a bad way) that turned him off to your relationship.

Perhaps it was the idea of moving up with you that caused him to panic. If he is panicked, your best bet is call him and just chat about life and what's happening on a daily basis. Stay away as much as you can from talking relationship. Once he calms down he may drift back into your old relationship. Drop the idea of moving closer which may have to wait a while.

Hope some of this is right and helps!

-- from George
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