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Hi!
I met this guy on a dating website and we hit it off and added each other on facebook and deleted our dating accounts but he eventually said he wasn't ready for the sort of relationship I wanted and doesn't have the time for one after giving it some thought, but he does want a relationship with me. I said ok I understand, but i felt i could of been the one closing it all down so i later re asked him what he meant and he said the same thing (but what confused me the most was that he wouldnt give me a yes or no) I said after so shall we not continue anything or go slow, to which he left me on read for 2 days. but the problem is is that my facebook for some reason was deactivated by facebook so I can never know his answer, we have each others phone numbers so if he was concerned he can call me (i am worried he might think i was being temperamental/didnt want him anymore and deleted it) but my problem is now is that should i stop chasing him and let him go or add him on another facebook account? whilst I was talking to him we only spoke at set times of the evening and only video chatted outside his house so I'm a little fishy about him but I really like him a lot. What is your opinion? Should I let him go?
I hope my ramblings make sense
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What does your heart say?
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(Original post by tinygirl96)
What does your heart say?
My heart tells me to stay in contact with him and hope he'll come back to me and when I think of not having him in my life i get upset. but my brain tells me that I'll only get used/waste my feelings/time on him and that there is lots of guys in the world (and that he could secretly be hiding a girlfriend).
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Write a letter then?
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I still can't make up my mind, I want to let him go but my feelings keep pulling me back.
It's been about a week since we last spoke. If I sent a text I'd seem needy right? If I made another facebook would that be better?
Please could I have some more advice.
Thank you
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You've got his phone number, call him, and try to have a proper talk with him, either there and then or face-to-face. If he doesn't answer and there's 3 days with no response to a message, leave it and move on.

I can't understand why you asked him the big questions over Facebook anyway. Discussing where a relationship is going is something that deserves proper attention and conversation, not some vague back and forth messages.

Maybe there's things with him working, or family or housemates that dictate where and when he calls? If you hit it off so well, what do you know about his background?
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