What do you do when a long-distance boyfriend claims you're the love of his life and even speaks of marriage but suddenly loses interest and avoids your calls and finally dumps you?
The stats for long-distance romances are extremely low. A couple needs to be together at least 4 - 6 times a year and have physical and communicative contact or it simply doesn't work in most cases. Unfortunately, it sounds as if he has grown weary of the long-distance romance and possibly found someone else. Personally I believe there is nothing better than the good old fashion way of meeting the opposite sex. You could meet that special person through friends, bump into them at a movie theater, concert, etc., and begin dating and forming a relationship. Long distance is not the answer. Some people will come forward and say that their long-distance relationship has worked out and it's possible, but the stats speak for themselves. For every 1 there are at least a 100 that doesn't work out and, it also can be a dangerous way of meeting a very unsavory person. People can hide behind emails, phone calls and you just never know who you are talking too or if they are telling you the truth or not. Start getting out and mixing with friends and eventually you will meet that special someone. Good luck!
loss of interest towards you, seems more content and complete rather your there or not. Also another way you can know if your boyfriend is cheating is that if they are always suddenly busy all the time and never have time for you. Or all of a sudden have new female "friends". [Atread] Hope i could help:)
You have been together for six years and you have only recently noticed him taking an interest in other women! So you should ask yourself why is this happening. Are you less affectionate, do you still spend enough time together, do you maintain an attractive appearance for him? There may be a reason that you can fix as to why he is suddenly looking at other women. Maybe you should also have an honest chat…