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3 months ago · 5 · Relationship Advice, +3
I know he is. It seems like he used to be head over heels for me, helping me during my lowest. Now we could go two weeks with nothing but lagging text messages, and no sense of contact. I mean I used to hate getting on calls with people till I met him and I don’t think he feels the same, at least anymore. Suddenly it’s like he’s burnt out or something. I feel like I’m doing way too much and it’s quite embarrassing to admit. Clearing time for him to not react, waiting for responses. I’ve talked about it but he denies it, saying he does still love me. Our love now consists of text messaging and meeting up every 2 weeks and it really makes me sad to reminisce what it used to be. I just don’t know how much longer I could go, knowing I could never work up the courage to call it quits, I’m not ready to throw 2 years down the drain. Is there something I can work on myself?
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No, There is nothing wrong with you. I mean, you could work on yourself as a personal decision, but it was most likely him, not you. Try thinking of anything you could have done or said to him that he might feel differently about. It might help. I've been through this before, and it SUCKS!. You'll be ok.Reply
Better sending two years down the drain than three or four years.Reply
He doesnt appreciate the romance anymore. He is complacentReply
i am in the same boat with the love of my life of 5 years. You are not alone <3Reply
Romantic love is oh so fragile, and usually, it tends to be conditional. This is what makes romantic relationships crazy, especially when the couple is young. Have an open honest discussion with him about this, maybe the 2 of you can agree on how to spend more time together. Best of luck.
1 Thessalonians 5:11
Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.
And Christ Jesus said the 2 greatest commandments are:
Love God first and foremost.
Love your fellow-being as you love yourself.
From following or not following these, all good or evil cascades, respectively.
Love...that powerful, invisible force that cannot be denied; even atheists live and die by it.Reply