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did he stop want me???

By August 8, 2009 - 5:51pm
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i start for say i dont need be judge i need a clue, i have a long distance relationship that last 6 years, i love him and feel love by him. but we dont have that much time together and in last 18 months seems like he lost his desiree i asked him if is something i did if he still wish me and he say yes and its all right. to me seems like he doing his duty. can someone explain what is happening? please

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Hi Lost!

Welcome to EmpowHer and thanks for your question!

It does seem like your relationship has run into some trouble eh? A long distance relationship of six years is kind of looking for trouble. Why is the long distance going on for so long? Are either of you planning on living in the same area anytime? If not, then the likelihood of the relationship working is a lot lower.

He may be moving on, he may be entering into another relationship or may be falling out of love with you and doesn't know how to tell you.

Or he may be fed up with the long distance and this is what's affecting your relationship. You won't know until you sit down with him (hopefully face to face!) and ask him! If he again says that things are fine, when you know they are not, you may want to think about giving him and you some space. See if it can clear your minds, so that you can decide how you want to proceed. Remember that you need to make decisions too, and not wait for his actions to decide your future. Be proactive!

Can you do that, and let us know what he says? I hope you get the answers you are looking for, and I think if you both sit down and are really honest and straightforward with each other, then you can move forward. It may be with each other, or separately, but at least you will know and have the tools you need to move on.

And if both of you can work things out, think about ending the long distance. Six years is too long! You both deserve to be happy!

We wish you the best!

August 10, 2009 - 11:44am
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