My boyfriend and I have been dating for over 3 years. In February , it was a busy month. In 10 days we had Valentine's Day, my 18th birthday (a big one), and our 3 year anniversary. With all the events, I tell him that instead of exchanging things for valentines day and our anniversary we should go out instead. This year he was away at college long distance, so a week before my birthday on valentines weekend I went down to visit him and celebrate for all the events. I told him during his winter break that I was going to see him that weekend to celebrate my birthday, so he knew. He said that he just couldn't think of anything. So he ended up getting me nothing making me feel unappreciated and a second thought. I told him how I felt and he said he would make it up when he got back from school. its 3 months later and it's a month after he's gotten back and still nothing. I don't want to upset him by bringing it up and making him feel bad. What should I do?
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Maybe he find himself in an impecunious position and is embarrassed to admit it to you. That happens often when one is in school. File that incident away as one isolated bit of evidence. Wait and see if it is contradicted by other evidence in the future or confirmed by future failings.0