You come home from work to see that your SO's things are gone; their clothes, items, etc. The apartment, house, whatever have you is dark. It was so sudden; there was no signs from your partner showing that the relationship was in danger. What would you do? How would you feel? Would you contact them? Move on?
Most Helpful Guy
It certainly would be a total shock. It may take me a few days to get through them leaving so suddenly and no explanation. I'm not sure what I would do other than be totally confused for a while. How long is a "while"? Hard to say. Maybe months.
Eventually, I would do my best to get back to a sense of normalcy. Of course, I would try to contact them, but if nothing worked, the only thing I could do was to go on with my life. I've long since realized you can't make someone stay with you or make them like you. But to be left so suddenly, with unanswered Q's, it would be difficult at first to go on, but I would.1
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Most Helpful Girl
Nah. I would move on! Let him/her figure out why it's not bothering you.
If this person was on the lease and was supposed to pay half the rent then just take care of that in court or just pay it yourself. It will kill you for a while but this Action speaks for itself. This person wanted out and they got out. Don't give them the satisfaction of hearing you cry, beg or ask why? Sorry it happened this way.0