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Title: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 09, 2019, 06:14:26 PM
I do love her wholeheartedly . But I had been busy and had not emailed her for two months. She followed up and I told her of my schedules. This is what she said back after I had put in my excuses.

I can understand you but would it be that hard for you to write your love a sentence to at least ask me how am doing? If you really love me, you would have done that.

You know i love you so much and very deeply that i wish to spend the rest of my life with you.

Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 09, 2019, 06:18:34 PM
2 months??  Wow!  Email and text are so easy and fast to write.
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 09, 2019, 10:20:54 PM
2 months??  Wow!  Email and text are so easy and fast to write.

That's what she's saying, too.

OP
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Mr_Mechanic on September 09, 2019, 11:32:01 PM
That's what she's saying, too.

OP
Just like right now.  Instead of posting on here, you could of send her a text/email.  I hope it works out for the both of you.  GL!
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Asharia on September 10, 2019, 12:18:21 AM
It doesn't take more than a few minutes to email someone so that tells her where she is on your priority list. It seems like she feels more for you than you do for her and she doesn't deserve that kind of treatment so you can either move her higher on your list of priorities or let her go so that she can find someone who'll treat her better.
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2019, 07:45:38 AM
Sorry not sorry....

U 2 do not know what love is...if that's the kind of love you two are sharing.
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2019, 09:48:32 AM
I do love her wholeheartedly . But I had been busy and had not emailed her for two months. She followed up and I told her of my schedules. This is what she said back after I had put in my excuses.

I can understand you but would it be that hard for you to write your love a sentence to at least ask me how am doing? If you really love me, you would have done that.

You know i love you so much and very deeply that i wish to spend the rest of my life with you.

  You need to tell her to buzz off. You obviously have no time for her. Geezus! Some women! They just never understand, huh.
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2019, 10:22:40 AM
how do you calm her down?  dude, ain't you a man?  give her the D!  it will solve all your problems and rid of all your troubles.  it's been 2 months, women needs to get laid too, ya'know!
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2019, 10:27:09 AM
Inexcusable.

If she hasn't already done so, let her go to pursue other suitors.

No need to hold emotionally captive.
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2019, 10:37:56 AM
Yep, you're in trouble.  Truth is, you're not into her nor love her as you claim. 
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2019, 11:58:56 AM
Just like right now.  Instead of posting on here, you could of send her a text/email.  I hope it works out for the both of you.  GL!

I'll respond to her later today. Thanks.

OP
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2019, 12:00:02 PM
It doesn't take more than a few minutes to email someone so that tells her where she is on your priority list. It seems like she feels more for you than you do for her and she doesn't deserve that kind of treatment so you can either move her higher on your list of priorities or let her go so that she can find someone who'll treat her better.

Thanks. I'll put her up there as first priority.

But if I don't spend time working, she'll not be so happy, right? If I just keep emailing her, she won't find substance.

OP
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2019, 12:00:32 PM
Sorry not sorry....

U 2 do not know what love is...if that's the kind of love you two are sharing.

Haha...you might be right.

OP
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2019, 12:01:41 PM
  You need to tell her to buzz off. You obviously have no time for her. Geezus! Some women! They just never understand, huh.

I like her. I just can't see emailing her everyday or every week a necessary thing. We aren't in the same state.

OP
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2019, 12:02:37 PM
Yep, you're in trouble.  Truth is, you're not into her nor love her as you claim.

I have to think this over. You have a good point. I have feelings for her but I don't see the need to email her that often.

OP
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2019, 12:03:39 PM
how do you calm her down?  dude, ain't you a man?  give her the D!  it will solve all your problems and rid of all your troubles.  it's been 2 months, women needs to get laid too, ya'know!

I know. I'm a man. But we are not in the same state. Traveling takes half a day or so to get to each other. Can't do that too much.

OP
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2019, 12:04:41 PM
Inexcusable.

If she hasn't already done so, let her go to pursue other suitors.

No need to hold emotionally captive.

She says that, too. That it's inexcusable. That's why I want to know how to convince her that I do truly and wholeheartedly love her even though I had not emailed her for 2 months.

OP
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: hmgROCK on September 10, 2019, 12:55:38 PM
That’s not love
That’s just boredom and trolling

Ever heard of FaceTime and telephone???

These kiddish game y’all people be playing
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2019, 01:18:11 PM
She says that, too. That it's inexcusable. That's why I want to know how to convince her that I do truly and wholeheartedly love her even though I had not emailed her for 2 months.

OP

You're s.o.l. Ghosting someone AND for THAT long, yowzers.

Well, my advice is IF you do care for her, the best thing to do is "the bigger the mistake, the bigger the apology". So make time in the very immediate future to spend some quality time with her. No fly by nights or simple weekend get away this time. Suck it up, take a week off and go enjoy some moments together.
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2019, 01:24:30 PM
I have to think this over. You have a good point. I have feelings for her but I don't see the need to email her that often.

OP
Besides what I just said about you not into her nor love her as you claim, let me add you're afraid of commitment also.  You're not putting effort because you're afraid of commitment.  You dangle the carrots just enough for her to hang around and when she starts drifting you dangle another carrots like what you're about to do until one day she gets tired of waiting and leave just like many others have done.  This is nothing new i'm thinking.   

Well, in the end you will get what you wish for.  Good luck!
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2019, 01:41:46 PM
You're s.o.l. Ghosting someone AND for THAT long, yowzers.

Well, my advice is IF you do care for her, the best thing to do is "the bigger the mistake, the bigger the apology". So make time in the very immediate future to spend some quality time with her. No fly by nights or simple weekend get away this time. Suck it up, take a week off and go enjoy some moments together.

Good point. Thanks. I'll take a week off from all other responsibiliti es.

OP
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2019, 01:42:56 PM
Besides what I just said about you not into her nor love her as you claim, let me add you're afraid of commitment also.  You're not putting effort because you're afraid of commitment.  You dangle the carrots just enough for her to hang around and when she starts drifting you dangle another carrots like what you're about to do until one day she gets tired of waiting and leave just like many others have done.  This is nothing new i'm thinking.   

Well, in the end you will get what you wish for.  Good luck!

I'm not afraid of commitment. I'm ready for her.

OP
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 10, 2019, 01:43:27 PM
That’s not love
That’s just boredom and trolling

Ever heard of FaceTime and telephone???

These kiddish game y’all people be playing

Can't kiss on Facetime, right?

OP
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 11, 2019, 04:13:20 PM
Home state advantage...th e nearest guy will sweep her heart away and sucks to be you for dissing her like that. Man or woman, when you are “too” busy to make time for your significant other, they will eventually leave you. It is what it is.
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 11, 2019, 09:46:28 PM
dude, why u gotta make her feel like a rebound or second best. i say just let her go now dude...u guys weren't dating or no nothing..just talking/courting....so unless she really like you, and u know she do...she is going to eventually get her payback by dissing you..and yup, i am speaking from personal experience...l ols g'luck though dude.
Title: Re: How do I calm her down now? Am I in trouble now?
Post by: Anonymous on September 12, 2019, 10:45:46 AM
 Thanks, all.

I'll find the time to go stay with her for one week before coming back to work.

Then we'll make our plans during that time.

OP