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Relationship Advice: Are They Worth Fighting For?

A user reached out to me via message a few days ago with some much needed relationship advice. While I'm no guru, I know enough to give my honest opinion. I asked the user who remains anonymous if it was okay for me to share the message with the love and relationship community to try and get a bit more feedback. They were down for the cause, so without further ado -- keep scrolling to see the message.
Hopefully with all of our positivity wisdom, honesty and thoughts we can help our Vingle family make the best decision at the end of the day.

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I'm not going to suggest that you pushed her away, but something for her changed. It's not on you to worry about what that is because it may have nothing to do with you at all. When someone reduces how fast they respond to you, how they respond, and the frequency of their contact with you, that may be them trying to tell you that something has changed and they're just waiting for you to get the hint. And even when someone is busy, even if they don't have time, they'll try to make up for it somehow. You should be straight up with her and let her know that you notice a change, and is there something wrong? If she still wants to act cold, then just leave it alone. Don't go trying to text her and trying to get her to communicate. If you ask what's up, if there is something wrong, and she's still being curt, the ball is then in her court. Let her come to you after that.
U guys need to talk face to face! That's the only way to clear all your misunderstandings and sort things out!
Ask her how she feels about you? then depending on how she feels, you'll know whether you should go for it or not. If she feels the same way, go for it !
Perfect way to go about the situation!!! Maybe she doesn't realize what she said. And sometimes if the convo is via messages & not over the phone then some things can be misinterpreted between the two @EasternShell
Thanks Jordanhamiltion, and EasternShell.
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