He hasn't spoken to me in a long while.

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
Hi Sir/Madame, I met this guy by a friend and he just wouldn't go away. He would make every effort to be at our friends house when he knew I was coming. We use to chat on msn and by phone. I didn't mind the company at all but then when we would go out in groups he would be swampped by females as he was quite the looker. I am a very shy person so I tend to just sit back and I thought it better to just leave him to it. At first he used to look for me and say what happened and I didn't really respond much as I wasn't sure what to say, after that I didn't make much contact because I didn't know if he was really interested or looking for a quickie. He has now blocked me on msn and doesn't make any contact. What should I do? it's been months, Ive tried to email but no answer. Should I think he hates me now? Many Thanks

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Since he is swamped with girls, he will be drawn to the sociable, open, happy-go-lucky girls in his life.

Apparently he was initially attracted to you (probably because you are pretty), but when you became withdrawn, shy, and uncommunicative he probably decided you weren't interested in him. You stopped contacting him because you were afraid he was only interested in a quickie. That was a mistake. You have to let life develop as it will and not just quit because of a worry.

My advice is to forget about him. He has cut off communications with you and that is a clear signal that he is done with you. Sorry.

Good luck! George

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