Then later that day he texted saying his internet service wasn't working so he didn't check his email, and said he had been meaning to call me but time had not been on his side. He then said "you don't call, you don't text and even when I have not inboxed you, you don't even try and make contact. For all I know, you could have left the country, and for all you know, I could have got run over. If this is going to work, then there needs to be commitment from the both of us". I explained that I was trying to keep contact, that I had emailed him to say merry Christmas that morning and I bought him a Christmas present that I wanted to give to him. He then apologized and said he just thought things may be ending as we hadn't called or texted since emailing.
Then yesterday, he brought it up again, and was like "How can you like someone when you just fall out of contact for days? No text, no call, no nothing. One email is all I received from you". But I don't get how he can say that, as he was the one who fell out of contact with me when he didn't reply to my email, and in that week when we didn't contact, he didn't call or text me either. And even if it was just one email, I still did try to make contact with him. Why was he so upset?
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I don't blame you for being confused by his reaction, because he doesn't have any cause to be upset. YOU are the one who made the effort to keep in contact with him. Everything else being equal, not having contact for a week around the holidays is no big deal. But his reaction was really immature. He SHOULD apologize. Don't let him hold this over your head as if you did something wrong, because you didn't.1