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Most Helpful Guy
Things have changed because circumstances had changed and that's just the way real life is. Circumstances for his own life, his goals, etc.
If he moved away because he relocated for a new career or job position or something, then there's not really anything you can do to hold him back from it, it's his life and his career goals. If he really wanted to sacrifice all of that to stay with you then he would have done so already.
Either way it's completely beyond your control and that's just the reality of it.
I understand that 4 years is quite a long time for an emotional investment. But I don't think there really is a whole lot you can do. Maybe you can give it up to a year or something. See if you can figure out what you can actually do that will make a long distance relationship work out with him if possible or if you can move close enough to the same area or city he's currently at and get a job and move there also. The second situation is much harder, if not impossible to achieve. And even if you had moved there no guarantees he'll still willing to keep the relationship going as you did say he had become distant in the last 2 months prior to moving away for whatever reason it may be.2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
Well... ldr's are always tough but especially since you've been together for 4 years, I'd put in a little more work into trying to salvage your relationship. Have you told him that you'd appreciate if he reached out via phonecalls/texts or whatever a bit more often, as he's otherwise coming off a bit distant?0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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