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Old 9th October 2013, 11:11 PM   #1
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What would you do

Long story short.

Me and my ex broke up however my bestest friend was one of his employees. He played so many games and lied so much me and her stopped talking. 3 months later, (3 weeks ago) she makes contact with me again and its like we never stopped talking we are the bestest of friends again.

However, he did not know we were close again.

Now for the past week I have no herd from her, i've messaged asking how shes going and didnt get a reply until hours later and she said sorry was busy at work now just cleaning.

I asked her if she was okay and got no response. I am not being paranoid this girl is like my sister and we are on the phone everyday so obviously somethings up even if it has nothing to do with me.

Havent herd from her since.

Not sure whether to drop it because you cant just chose when you want to be my friend or if I should message her and be like look obviously something is up.
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Old 10th October 2013, 11:00 AM   #2
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If you two are that close I would message her and see what's going on. If she still doesn't want to speak of it then I would leave it alone, and let her come to you.
Two of the hardest tests in life:
The patience to wait for the right moment and the
courage to accept whatever you encounter. D.R
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