Within the last month or so a lot has changed, hes been getting really moody and go off in a rant over nothing
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I met my Bf/ex about a year ago. He was married but getting a divorce. I was single..never married. I am 27 and he is 25. We have a part time long distance relationship since he is in the Military. He is usually gone 4-6 months out of the year. We have always fought since we met..usually it was minor and had to do with us being apart so much. Within the last month or so a lot has changed, hes been getting really moody and go off in a rant over nothing.. Hes seemed to formed a gambling habit and complains about money but i caught him lying to me a couple of weeks ago saying he was going somewhere but ended up going to a casino instead. He tells me on a daily bases that he loves me. And on a side note..he has pushed away all members of his family, so its been usually just me that hes been around.)3 days ago i called him and hes in a pissy mood..then all of a sudden he tells me he cant do it anymore and its not going to work out. He now refuses to speak to me. I call him and he hangs up. I asked him if i gave him some space and time, if we can work on us.. I think the major problem is that we stopped talking about what we felt..we werent opening up to each other anymore, but he said we can try. Hes going out for the military soon for 3 months. Am i wasting my time? I have talked to friends and they all think hes found someone else on the side, ive asked him and he told me theres no one else. Im at a total loss
If you are still talking to him then get down to real conversations.
Patching up a breaking relationship is best handled through increasing the intensity of conversation. Talk about important matters and what is important to the other at the moment. Build up the trust, honesty, respectfulness, attractions, and attention that you feel for each other.
Hope this works for you!
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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