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My girlfriend and I have been together for a couple of months, shes started acting distant and has been spending a lot of time with one of her friends (m 19) and not replying to my texts straight away like she used to. It is making me very mad, especials because im not getting much attention like I used to from her, im starting to look elsewhere. Should I be worried?
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My girlfriend and I have been together for a couple of months, shes started acting distant and has been spending a lot of time with one of her friends (m 19) and not replying to my texts straight away like she used to. It is making me very mad, especials because im not getting much attention like I used to from her, im starting to look elsewhere. Should I be worried?
She may be busy


Just ask her what's up
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She may be busy


Just ask her what's up
I cant shes not replying now thats why im so annoyed at her. She cant be busy she doesnt have any other friends or hobbies.
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I cant shes not replying now thats why im so annoyed at her. She cant be busy she doesnt have any other friends or hobbies.
phone her
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phone her
i can see on snap maps shes at his house, shes not picking up. think i'll just go round my other girls house to get back at her .
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i can see on snap maps shes at his house, shes not picking up. think i'll just go round my other girls house to get back at her .
no don't do that! ****s sake. Your relationship is gonna collapse. Just talk.
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no don't do that! ****s sake. Your relationship is gonna collapse. Just talk.
How can i talk if she wont answer
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Send a carrier pigeon
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How can i talk if she wont answer
Wait then! MAKing rash decisions, ruins relationships faster than anything else
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Send a carrier pigeon
thanks for your **** advice spanker
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White people have too many trust issuez
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Wait then! MAKing rash decisions, ruins relationships faster than anything else
HOW would that ruin a perfectly good thing we have going? i think she just need to learn a lesson
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White people have too many trust issuez
why would you think im white lol im not
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HOW would that ruin a perfectly good thing we have going? i think she just need to learn a lesson
you do this. She finds out, then she does the same thing. It carries on, till you've split up
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why would you think im white lol im not
Foxehh told me u were
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i can see on snap maps shes at his house, shes not picking up. think i'll just go round my other girls house to get back at her .
That's incredibly juvenile and would be a bad move. Be a man and confront her about it.
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thanks for your **** advice spanker
"im starting to look elsewhere"
"think i'll just go round my other girls house to get back at her"

Why should I give advice to someone whose thought process consists of these statements?
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That's incredibly juvenile and would be a bad move. Be a man and confront her about it.
look im not a patient kind of guy and im worried i'll lose it if i confront her about it. how am I not being a man?
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"im starting to look elsewhere"
"think i'll just go round my other girls house to get back at her"

Why should I give advice to someone whose thought process consists of these statements?
I came on here for advice not abouse thank you. thank you spanker for the **** input once again.
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look im not a patient kind of guy and im worried i'll lose it if i confront her about it. how am I not being a man?
You sound like a scared little boy passive aggressively dealing with his problems as opposed to a man who actively confronts them.
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