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    (Original post by Jeester)
    How does he react when you say it face to face?
    we're in an LDR, i'll see him tomorrow for the first time since the summer
    but skype-wise, when he did have skype (got banned from the computer by his parents lol)... i can't even remember.. yh he said it back, did little kissy things
    but that was weeks ago
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    That's because he doesn't you ****
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    Boys find it hard to show emotion. Has he been hangging around with other girls? Has he ever cheated? Dont say it straight to his face, It may make it worse. Find out. Maybe he has just been stressed out lately? Or maybe he has feelings for someone else, Or maybe he just thinks it is unrelavent!! Best of luck xxx
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    Well then OP there is a lesson learned in all of this and that lesson is....
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    the last time he said it was about a month ago.. we haven't argued or anything like that, that's why i'm confused
    i say i love him regularly, and lately his responces have been an uhu (if on the phone) or a smiley face/ignore on chat

    what to do? don't want to appear clingy
    I did something similar. I can tell you why....... I was at that time about to dump her.

    Not really because I did not love her though.

    Your bloke is probably questioning his commitment to you at this very moment and probably being LDR the "spark" is fading or faded away as well.
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    (Original post by Iorek)
    I did something similar. I can tell you why....... I was at that time about to dump her.

    Not really because I did not love her though.

    Your bloke is probably questioning his commitment to you at this very moment and probably being LDR the "spark" is fading or faded away as well.
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    why does he keep going on about intimacy then? surely he'd me more "reluctant"? so confused
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    I'm really sorry to hear about your situation I don't really have any advice, just wanted to wish you all the best and hope things work out ok x
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    :cry:
    why does he keep going on about intimacy then? surely he'd me more "reluctant"? so confused
    You should know by now most blokes won't say no to a "free" shag

    Anyway just take it one step at a time, it could just be that something is affecting him.
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    Grow up.
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    Maybe he doesn't feel the need to say it all the time.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    we're in an LDR, i'll see him tomorrow for the first time since the summer
    but skype-wise, when he did have skype (got banned from the computer by his parents lol)... i can't even remember.. yh he said it back, did little kissy things
    but that was weeks ago
    :lolwut: How old is he?
 
 
 
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