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Dear Dish-It, Why Do Guys Stop Calling?

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Dear Dish-It,

Why do guys just leave their girlfriends without even bothering to tell them that they don't want to go out with them anymore? They just stop calling and seeing you.
Cera


Dear Cera,

Why boys act the way they do will probably forever remain one of life's mysteries. One reason guys seem to flake out, though, is that they have a harder time dealing with their emotions and relationships than most girls. The second things get too serious, they bail. Maybe your guy doesn't feel like dealing with a messy break-up. Some boys don't deal that well with crying, so break-ups aren't their specialty. The good news is, most boys do mature and learn to deal with situations (and relationships) a lil' better. Try not to take it personally and move on to someone who's gonna treat you with a little more respect!


Dear Dish-It,

One night my friend and I, whom I've liked for A LONG time, ended up kissing. We've kissed a few times since that, and we've talked about going out, but it's never happened. Now I think he likes another girl. I can't stop thinking about him!!! What should I do? Should I tell him how I feel about this?
definitelymaybe


Dear definitelymaybe,

Ok, let me tell you a little something about some boys. If they can find a girl that they can casually make-out with, they're going to enjoy their casual make-out partner. They will have no intentions of dating the casual make-out girl, especially if the girl doesn't make it known that she wants something more. Yes, you should tell this guy that you are interested in more than casual make-out sessions. You're just guessing that he is starting to like someone else, right? Well, why not save yourself some agony and just find out what the deal is for real? You're going to feel a lot better if you just talk to him, rather than sit by and watch him snag someone else. Good Luck!


So, ya gotta burnin' question? Need some love directions? Thinkin' 'bout stuff like depression, sex,how ya feel 'bout YOURSELF (that's called "self-esteem"), boyfriends, girlfriends, losin' old friends, bullyin' or peer pressure, but too scared to ask the parents? Don't be scared to .


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