Being in a relationship has its perks, but they all take work, especially long-distance relationships or relationships essentially rooted over Instant Messenger or Email.
- In order to save money, you could meet halfway. Figure out where that is and get together. Or just be patient and save money for a while until one of you can afford to visit/bring the other.
- It is possible that this person may have an issue with trust. Attempt takings things more leisurely. After a time, it’s a good idea to ask them about it, telling how you feel and not being accusing in any way. Since it is online, recall that a lot of this is what you’re surmising from what you’re reading, so be very careful when “reading inbetween the lines”. Asking outright is best.
- Just attempt to remain peaceful and give it a little more time. He/she could just be very busy, maybe a work emergency came up or they are just having WiFi trouble and can’t get in touch. Don’t funk yet. If it turns out to be nothing, tell him/her that it upset you being out of contact for that length of time and attempt to make plans to avoid this problem in the future.
- While this might be disappointing, it is not necessarily a crimson flag unless this becomes the norm rather than a once in awhile situation or if he fails to contact you as he told you he would. Figuring out why not talking at the regular time made you sad and even discussing it with him could help you avoid future sadness.
- Attempt to ask them questions about things that interest them, or attempt to keep things interesting and ask weird questions. However, if they consistently get bored talking to you, you may want to consider whether they’re worth the effort at all. People who are compatible with each other are able to talk to each other naturally and lightly. You shouldn’t have to arch over rearwards to keep a playmate or friend interested.
- If she told you so and you’re sure that you can treat it, then you have to think about it cautiously because she could do it again. But maybe providing 2nd chances it’s not a bad idea if you love her too much for letting her go. An online relationship can be hard on the two of you.
- There are many possibilities. The most likely is that she’s just not interested anymore, and rather than officially ‘cracking up’, she simply stopped emailing. It’s also possible that she doesn’t have internet access at the moment, or that she’s very busy, or even that something happened to her.
- Confront her — talk it out and attempt to stay tranquil. It would be better to have the conversation in person or over the phone rather than online, if that’s possible.
- Make sure he knows you’re there. He could be more focused on something else, so he doesn’t notice that you’re online. If you want to talk with him it’s as plain as getting his attention very first.
- Take it slow. Attempt to just catch up with him a little bit, and see if the old feelings resurface. You don’t want to rush into anything if you’re not sure.
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