It is well-known that women feel hurt when their significant ones or husbands don't wish them a happy birthday. Were you wrong in letting him know how you felt when he didn't wish you a happy birthday? You weren't wrong. He should have apologized and wished you a happy birthday. However, out of anger after letting him know how you felt, he dumped you through a text. That is not a mature manner of solving such an issue in a relationship.
In relationships, a partner may hurt his/her partner directly or indirectly. Thus, it is proper to let your partner know he hurt you by not doing something which means a lot to you.
My boyfriend and I broke up due to religion. He converted to our religion but he did not like our beliefs. And now he broke up with me because he couldn't take it any further and just left me alone. It sucks. I am devastated. He keeps telling me he loves me but religion can't compare his love for me that's why he's letting me go. It hurts as I thought we had a good future together and now it's all crushed dreams. What do I do now that he's broken up with me?
My boyfriend said he can't see me for a couple of weeks because he is getting his home ready for winter, and because he's busy on his job. (He can take off whenever he wants, but he lives 40 min away.) He said he'd text me. Do I get a good nite text? No! I asked him if he wants me with other men. "No," he said. Then I asked, "Do you want other women?" "No," he said. I'm confused 24 hours a day! For two weeks he has had no time for me! What should I do?
My boyfriend has suddenly stopped responding to my calls and messages and tells me he’s “feeling down." Despite me voicing my support and help if he needs it, he still continues to be distant. I feel like he is going to break up with me or at least wants to but is avoiding the whole situation and ignoring me instead. How can I move on if he’s not going to formally say or do something and should I hold out hope he will be mature and break up instead of leaving me in the dark?
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