with lack of communication, when is the relationship presumed to be over? Watch

lilpolack
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I've been in a long distance relationship for the past few months. Things have been going great before and in general, and I've gone to visit him a few times. The next time is to be his turn mainly because he hasn't been in my town and I wasn't exactly invited over; however, it's me who is always suggesting that, and although he said he would look into buying tickets, he hasn't said or done anything about it since. Also, feels like every conversation or skype session lately is initiated by me which makes me wonder if he even wants to talk to me (although he seems very happy when it does happen), let alone come over. I've decided to wait for him to make the first contact now, but it's been 5 days of absolutely nothing. If this continues, how long before the relationship just ends by itself?
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If it goes a week without contact I'd be worried and really start to question how important this relationship is to him.
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I wish people would just tell you that they aren't interested rather than let a one-way friendship-relationship drag on.

He is not interested. Move on. I presume that if you pull him up about it he will bring out the old "I was busy" line so best to just not bother initiating contact anymore.
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I reckon you should keep quite still and continue waiting for him to speak to you. Then when he does, make it very sarcastic, like "thank you for taking time out of your precious day to pay attention to me" and if he asks how you have been, tell him "well there's a lot that's happened this week, but it doesn't matter now, it's all kinda over". Even keep the conversation short if you have to.

As a boyfriend, he should be missing you and should want to play an active part in your life.

In answer to your question, there's no right or wrong time to end it, but by the sounds of things, it is sort of dying out. Don't presume it to be over, just say something like " I gather we are single considering we don't speak anymore"
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