So my long distance boyfriend hasn't talked to me in almost two weeks now. We recently had our first major argument but we made up and the last time we spoke he seemed completely fine. He told me how much he loves me. We talked a bit about planning to see eachother soon. He pretty much talked to me all throughout that day. The next day I sent him a text that I love him. Two days after that I basically sent a text telling him I miss him and over a week later... Nothing. So today I didn't have the balls to call to try and talk to him. I'm actually really nervous to hear what he has to say because now I feel like he wants to break up but I don't want to wait for him to initiate anymore so I basically sent a message stating that I'm confused and I don't know if I did something to upset him and if I did he should let me know. I also said that if we're done I need closure and that I don't want to erase him from my life and wonder what happened. Anyway... What I'm asking is, Did I do the right thing by contacting him first? Is it okay that I want closure? Does anyone have a clue why he would ignore me so suddenly?
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Two weeks is a super long time to go without talking to your partner. I'm in a long-distance relationship as well and we talk every single day. I would be worried if we went one day without contact. You did the right thing reaching out to him. If he has an issue or no longer wants to be together, he needs to tell you that. You deserve to know what's going on and if he does want to break up, "ghosting" is not the right way to do it. You need the closure of actually talking and hearing it from him. I hope he will respond back to you soon so you can figure out what's going on.1
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