As from old posts i have writtn i am still in a situation with my ex .. he dumped me for a silly reason and i want him back.. he said he wanted to get back with me when he came back off his 2week holiday to turkey .. so two weeks went by and gone .. 2days after he got back i still hadnt heard from him so i decided to contanct him myself through text .. he text back but he seemed different .. he wasnt putting ''xXxXx's' anymore and was giving 1word answers .. his feelings towards me obviously changed but i didnt think it could happen over 2weeks when before he left he was telling me he loved me and hed do anything to keep hold of me .. can anyone help me .. i dont know what to do .. does anyone no anthything i could say or do to get back with him .. i dont see him at all he doesnt go to my school .. everything i do and everywher i go it reminds me of him .. arrgghh any help most appreciated ..
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There isn't any simple answer to fixing a relationship situation in one shot, or even two or three or four shots. Texting doesn't help much. It might be hard at this point to see him on a person to person basis but that would be a good idea. When you actually talk to the person vs. text you'll find yourself getting more then one word answers. If not try to phone him... I might not be of very much help but texting isn't where it should start :-/
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