Lately my boyfriend has been acting really strange. When we get a chance to talk since we are in a long distance relationship all he will say is Hi, are you good?, okay and I got to go. All in the same time. Well not at the same time just one after the other when we are on the phone. When we Skype it's like all he wants to do is something else other than talk to me so I just tell him that he looks busy and that I will talk to him later. Lastly when we text he will do the same thing with the phone calls or not respond to me over a couple of weeks period. I don't know what to do I have tried not talking to him for a long period of time to see but he just ends up doing the same thing but he adds in the I miss you and the I love you's at the end. I only wish this relationship was going to last since my past relationships were worse. Plus what makes it even harder on me is that I want to get married to my boyfriend and later on start a family with him. I just don't have the answers anymore so I was hoping this could help.
Cheated on once.
P. S. My boyfriend also still in contact with all of his ex's who have also lied and cheated on him.
Most Helpful Guy
I can understand and it's not going to be easy since it's a long distance relationship. Well, I can really say if he is cheating on you, but it does look to me that he is losing interest and he is losing it fast. You need to have a conversation with him on this one.2
Most Helpful Girl
Long distance relationships are hard, statistically 3/4 of them end within a year. I can't really tell you whether or not he's cheating on you because I don't know his normal behaviours and I'm seeing things through your side only, which is (although reasonable) reading as scared. I can tell you when my ex-boyfriend went to university, he started cheating right away... but the guilt actually made him see more of me and talk to me more often, because he knew what he was doing was wrong so he was overcompensating. Its not concrete as every experience is different though, so I'll give you the same advice I was given: call him out on it. Maybe don't accuse him of cheating automatically, but let him know you've noticed the changes in his behaviour. See how he defends himself, maybe he is going through something he is embarrassed to explain, or maybe he is cheating. You will know him best and his responses, even if they are lies, are going to be what helps you understand as you read him. Don't sit around waiting for answers, it's obvious he doesn't want to give them freely; demand them.0