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    My boyfriend of three and half years broke up with me on Sunday night after I'd just been up to visit him (£80 train ticket).
    He has still not really given me a proper reason. said it feels wrong now. he has cried down the phone nearly as much as I have which annoyed me.
    He also has phoned me a few times and texts.
    Last night was probably the coldest he'd been and it made me really sad.
    But I guess if we're not going to be together, I have to get used to that.

    Anyway my question is how to behave.
    Basically we're at different unis, but holidays are in 2 and a half weeks which is why I was so upset/ confused by his sudden change of mind. He says there's no one else which I kind of believe him because he can be quite honest about things.

    So do I ignore him until Christmas? We've both already said we need a big talk at Christmas because really he should have done it face to face. Or do I try and keep being friendly- ish because we were best friends (still are I guess) but I do have v.strong feelings for him ugh

    I am really angry but most of all I just want to see him and have a hug

    Sorry for the ran any advice much appreciated.
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    Do you own any weapons?
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    What he said ^
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    Let him talk it out. At least you'll get some closure. And if he won't give you a proper response, you'll know it's because he's a prat, or he really just doesn't think things feel right.
 
 
 
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