I started to feel attracted and I told him and he said he felt the same way. We have an 8 years difference. At the beginning he was doubtful because I think he thought we were not looking the same.
We were friends on every social media app we had. We both know that there was nothing related to catfish stories.
During my teenage years I have had self-esteem issues, trust issues, confidence issues and even we were getting close I started to doubt about what he said or was doing. We were nothing but I got jelaous because I thought he was dating or texting other girls. One night I got mad/sad at
him because he disappeared and I supposed he was on a date.
I never-ever said a word about anything, I didn't have the right. I never texted him first but he didn't care, meaning I was not clingy at all.
I started to push him away because I felt that I couldn't deal with rejection in case he will meet another girl. Several times he fought against my will but at the end it was too much.
After he was really hurt about me pushing him away and he asking me to be patient I noticed he changed, he was not the same and I told him. He started by saying he needed time but I realized that whatever we had was death. It used to be beautiful/happy but it turned to be sad and hurtful.
Basically I told him I was moving on because we weren't happy. He said "Okay", and hour later "I would like to know what to say". The next day "I hope you find happiness". I didn't reply to any of those messages.
We never met. We live in different countries. I started to have real feelings, he is not a good looking guy but he was an amazing person, he was more than a body.
Two things I never liked were that he forgot my birthday even Facebook sends a notification.
What I did was the right thing to do?
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Actually your issues affected whatever you had with him. If it was a good friendship or something else, I'm afraid to say that it's gone, at least now. So, I don't think you did the right thing, you could've trusted him a little more before start taking conclusions that probably were not truth.