“He hasn’t spoken to me since I moved home”

I met my boyfriend on an online game and we live in 2 different states. I lived with him for 2 and a half months, but unable to get a job to stay with him in his state, and eventually moved back home.

While I was with him we got into a pretty big fight (I was waaayy too drunk and don’t really remember it, sadly) but we slowly solved the problems and I completely got over it. A month goes by, no fighting or anything but he isn’t as loving towards me as he used to be. No intimacy at all. It felt like I was living with a friend. But he says repeatedly that he is over it, it is irrelevant, etc.

About 2 or 3 weeks later he takes me to the airport and I fly home. It has now been 2 weeks that I have been home and I haven’t spoken to him. I text and call him, maybe every couple of days and he will never return my call or text back. He is my second love but I love him more than I loved my first. I know I could be overreacting and that I jumped around in my story a lot. I’ve lost way too much sleep over this and it hurts, I’ve been trying since I was with him to mend our relationship and fix what I broke in the fight we had, but I don’t know what to do. I don’t want to lose him. Any help is appreciated.

2 thoughts on ““He hasn’t spoken to me since I moved home”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’m sorry for your pain. You’ve been ghosted. He’s too much of a coward to actually break up with you. I know it hurts. You may want to seek out a professional thrapist to move on. You deserve better. Repeat that to yourself.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I played world of warcraft for 14 years. I have been to guildies weddings who met in game and moved cross country to be together. I see their kids on social media now.

    I have seen the relationships that won’t work out too. I’m sorry, but looks like your is one of those. I would see if he was ok one last time via friends or his parents or the police, then go my own way. You dodged a bullet. Ghosting is a cowards way out. He didn’t even have the balls to say it. I’m sorry for your pain and nonclosure. Walking a lot helped me after break ups and during hard times in life. It might help you.

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