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He stopped talking to me. - May 14th 2010, 01:51 PM

So, over the summer my friend moved away really really suddenly. Like, we were scheduled for a music-performance the next day when he calls me, and tells me he's in another state, preparing to move to another state.... and I'd just seen him like, the day before. But whatever, that wasn't his fault, but he begged me to stay in touch with him. Like wouldn't stop begging until I promised him that I would, not that I wouldn't have anyway. But whatever, so I'd text him. And he wouldn't text back. Email him, and he wouldn't email me back. I'd call him, and he'd never pick up his phone or call back. I tried this for just about a year now, and then I gave up. Then, I saw he was online on AIM and on facebook, so I tried talking to him, and it said he blocked me on AIM, and he deleted me off of facebook. Like, we were good friends. What's going on? Is there anything I can do, or do I just have to forget about him?

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Re: He stopped talking to me. - May 14th 2010, 04:34 PM

It doesn't look from your end like you did anything wrong... I can't figure out what his problem might be. Maybe someone told him something about you that isn't true etc etc. God knows.

Maybe you didn't respond fast enough? Took like a week to send the txt message? You know the answer to that, and even if it's yes it's still a lame reason to dump a friend that way.

He might come back one day, it really depends on how he feels about whatever is his problem. But untill then I'd suggest you try letting go, if it's not too hard. It's a one way thing so far. All you've done is try and contact him, and that's the most you can do. It's his job to answer... there's nothing much you can do to get him to talk to you, especially if he's in another state.

Maybe you forgot something like his birthday? Just ask yourself some things. There's got to be some reason somewhere.

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Re: He stopped talking to me. - May 14th 2010, 05:21 PM

You could try e-mailing him one last time, asking for some kind of explanation in order to gain closure regarding all of this... but honestly, I think it's best to just move on. I don't know if this is due to something you did, or if he's just crazy, or if this is his way of coping with the move (some people find it too painful to stay in contact with old friends)... but if he's not willing to talk, there's nothing you can do, except put this experience behind you and move forward in life.

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