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    nebility posted:
    I have a guy i ve been dating 4 over one yr, since we started dating one problem i ve with him is good communication, i does not call me, he only call when he want, to me it seems he does not care that i exist, but all this will be a different case when am with him, when ever am around he gives me so much attention and all that, but when we are not 2gether its a different case. i have tried so much to talk to him about it but nothing seems to chang. pls should i leave my guy b/c he not call me often to no how i am faring or should i continue with the relationship. pls help me urgently. thanks
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    veryinquisitive responded:
    You don't know if you should leave this guy? What guy? It seems to me that you're the one that's in a relationship, not him. Start taking care of yourself & your happiness. Find other things/people to do things with rather that wait around until he wants to be with you. Maybe once you start being unavailable & not calling, he'll come around. But I wouldn't count on it. Sounds like he has a pretty full life already without you & you might just be his "booty call".
    Proudmom4866 responded:
    I dated a guy that was exactly like that. I was always the one that made the plans to do anything, I always was the one that initiated any type of contact with him really. When I complained about it, he turned it back on me that we dont have any relationships problems and that it shouldnt matter who called who first. Then one weekend when I didnt call him, he breaks up with ME! If you dont feel like you are getting the attention you deserve, then move on. There will be somebody else out there that will be that person for you.
    Mistyraine2 responded:
    I too was in a relationship such as this. I married him, things do not change they only get worse. He is already making you feel like you are the one responsible for the relationship the way it is. Get out now before it is too late
    An_210672 responded:
    I feel so sad to hear your story. I think you deserve better.
    klanne responded:
    Sweetie, it sounds like he is not interested in you. He only wants you when its suits him. He has zero interest in a relationship. I hate to be brutally honest, but it seems necessary. He may be attracted to you and hence why he puts on a "show" when you are together. You are his puppy he is keeping on a leash, by giving you just enough attention to keep you in his grasp, but he is also keeping his distance when he doesn't feel like being with you. My advice, call him and tell him to F**k off and never contact you again. Once you did that delete his number and DO NOT answer when he does call. Have a girls night and celebrate your freedom from this loser and have fun. When you are ready you will find a guy who is worthy of you. I wish you luck, keep us posted.

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