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Boyfriend hasn't called in three weeks.

Published on May 16, 2009 by oveiro77

My boyfriend and I are in a long distance relationship, on and off for three years. I am 32 and he is 33. We started on again in November 2008. I went to california to see him twice everything was great. Texting, calling every day non stop. HE talked about marriage and eventually by summer either he moves here or I move there. Two months ago he got a new job. His texting became less and his calling. I was understanding since he got a new job and all. But a month ago I will text him during the day and sometimes he will not reply or he was replying after 6 hours or sth but I still kept texting not as much. So Last time I text him three weeks ago he replied after 3 hours. I said to myself I will wait till he texts me now. Well is bn three weeks and nothing. I called him tuesday he did not pick up, I text him thursday he did not reply and now its saturday. I dont know what to do. I dont want to be the psycho gf calling him and texting him but I am confused. Please help me. I love this man with all my heart.


I would like to make excuses for him and say that maybe he is busy. BUT, it is the weekend now, and the fact that he hasn't responded would lead me to believe that he has maybe met someone else and is avoiding telling you? How far are you from California, and when was the last time you saw him?

most probably he has met someone else whom he's interested in but is still unsure what to, whether to start a new relationship with this new person or continue your long-distance relationship with you. so he's avoiding you so that he'll have some time to think about what he's going to do.

I'm sorry but I can't think of any other possible matter how busy he was, sending a text takes only a minute or two so I'm sure he would have found the time if he really wanted to.

You're single. If you're "dating" someone and they aren't deployed overseas or in an otherwise communication compromised situation...You should've heard from him by now. Stop calling, stop texting, stop's over.

You're not psycho to expect an explanation from a man who was talking about marrying you, and has since vanished. I'd send one more email telling him to man up and at least show you the respect of telling you it's over, then never contact him again.

It is, however, over.