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My Net Friend has Gone Away



Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
I got a friend. I proposed her already. But I haven't got her answer yet. We have been friends for nearly 1 year. We met online and we talked on the phone almost every night. Whenever we chat online, both of us use WEB CAM.

She is staying with her elder sis. Her sis knows about we r talking on the phone and scolded her for talking on the phone with me. Last two days ago, my friend told me weird words to end up our friendship. I asked u why. She told me she doesn't want to make me as a friend. I told her that she's so nervous and take time to reconsider about her decision cos I thought she's so upset about her sis's words. ( I don't know what her sis told her).

Yesterday, she sent me email and said "Don't call her anymore". I am so sad and confuse about her words and I called to her mobile so many times. But her mobile is in silent mode and she didn't pick it up. I am so chaos now and don't know what to do. I am serious. I love her so much and I don't want to break up our friendship.

So, Can u advice me what should I do? What should I say to her via email or phone if she picks it up?




RomanceClass.com Advice
It definitely sounds like something happened to make her not want to continue the relationship. However, after a year she owes it to you to tell you honestly what is going on, what the issue is, and to at least give you some closure to the relationship if nothing else.

So I would send her an email and say that after a year, you deserve more than an email farewell. That part of being mature enough to be in a relationship is being mature enough to talk about any issues in it - and not being pressured by other people to act poorly. Get her on the phone and ask her honestly exactly what is going on and what the problem is. Talking is one of THE most important things a couple can do, and she owes it to you to talk to you.

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