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Unhappy She's... gone... - October 24th 2011, 11:59 PM

I just... I can't believe it. I'd fallen in love with her... And... she disappeared.

Her Facebook's gone... she won't answer the phone... It's almost like she was a hallucination... Almost like I never met her...

It's bad enough that I already feel like I'm losing my mind... Now I'm wondering if any of the friends I've lost (except Kyra) even existed...


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Re: She's... gone... - October 25th 2011, 04:33 AM

Maybe your friend is going through a rough time right now, and she's decided to withdraw from everyone for a little while. It's not the best way to cope with a difficult situation, by any means, but I've had plenty of friends who have simply deactivated their Facebook accounts and phones for a week in order to get their acts together, and they've slowly gotten back in touch with everyone after the crisis has been averted. I'd keep calling her - not obsessively, but once every day or two. Just leave her a sweet message saying that you're worried about her, you'd like to know if she's okay, please call you back, etc. If she's really your friend, she'll get back to you in due time. If she's not - then I guess you learned that the hard way, and I'm sorry you have to deal with all these negative feelings. Good luck!






   
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