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    This is not supposed to be my top priority as an A2 student, and it's not. But I just want to get this out of my system.

    Sooo, me and my crush have known each other for several years, and often talked on facebook and whatnot. We both pretty much like each other, as we both confessed it. But he told me he will go out with me as soon as he 'clears his head', hopefully after the holidays. I was all understanding, and left him to his devices. But recently, we both went on our holidays, and when we both came back, he is more quiet than usual. He never messages me, and I feel really silly messaging him first. So I stopped. It's been several weeks, and silence. He recently started to work as an apprentice, so I am assuming that that it may be linked to his quietness?
    Anyway, I'm just not sure what to think about all this. Is he avoiding me, or am I just over-thinking everything? :afraid:
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    I think he found someone/something more interesting over the holidays. Maybe you two grew apart? If he's just a crush, then it's possible! He isn't liable to the relationship or sth!
 
 
 
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