He have trust issues. If both of you really love each other then keep the relationship. But I believe without trust there is no love.
Tell him your side. And if he truly love you. He will listen
What do I do? Any help? (Read below)
So a guy I've been seeing recently cut me off after like 8 months of talking and knowing each other. I really miss him and I want him back but he blocked me on everything and hasn't read any of my messages and refuses to reply. What happened?
So I accused him of talking to other girls (I did this more than once) and he got angry and really mad and he said he'd had enough of me constantly creating arguments and not trusting him... Fair enough I knew I was wrong but I had my reasons. So right after I tried to apologise but it was too late because he already blocked me! Like that quick! He didn't even let me explain, he didn't even give me an explanation why, he just left without saying a word and it hurts like crazy and I miss him so badly and I would do anything to get him back but he's so mad. I just want closure , even if he said 'goodbye' I wouldn't be hurting so much bt he said nothing. He kinda just left... Obviously he said he couldn't be bothered with me right now but I didn't think he meant he would leave. What do I do? It's been just over a week and I'm scared he won't come back. How can he just pretend I no longer exist to him? :( Really heart-broken!
Frankly, he doesn't like you. So move on.
Maybe yes. Maybe not. We can't answer that. Ask him. That's the only sure answer
Don't ask. You might look desperate if you ask him. Let him ask your number. The guy should put the initiative. Or else he may think that you are head over heels about him and take advantage of that. And don't assume. :)-- let him say first that he likes you. Cause maybe the slightest … Read more
My Initial thought is that you should ask why is it awkward? What is the cause of that awkwardness. And if it can be fixed then you should fix it.
And, also, in my opinion if you truly are friends, and in your case best friends, both of you should be more honest or rather … Read more
Dear Thrice Gotcha,
For you, I would almost inquire as to where your interest comes from? If curiosity, then scientific studies have not yet revealed why some people do not recall their dreams, but they have found differences in brain activity - alpha waves and such - between those who do and don't have dream recall.
If … Read more
I remember in my psychology class everybody dreams approximately 21 dreams per night. And sometimes people only remember 1 or 2 or none at all. I forgot the term for this. I think what you're experiencing is normal. But if it is cause by stress or other things, you must visit an expert. :)
Dear Abigail Connor,
When my mother died in 1986, a dear neighbor invited me over for a home-cooked logger breakfast; and told me how she, at the age of 92, still missed her own mother. Somehow it helped just to know that I, too, never had to "get over it," I could grieve forever.
The Swiss psychiatrist … Read more
The best way to cope up with loss is acceptance. First you must accept the reality that he is no longer there and remembering all the happy memories. Stop the regrets. And always keep in mind that when someone pass away he/she does not want you to be mourning all your life. But rather he/she … Read more
clean your surroundings. A clean environment will help prevent more acne. And to get rid of it it is better to ask a dermatologist. Because Remedies that is effective to someone may not be effective for you. Based on what I know Different skin types may effect the effectiveness of the product.
Consult the experts. Good … Read more