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I can ask this as a different question, but in regards XXXXX XXXXX above answer, what if we had an agreement to call and email daily? Should I just not do that? Should I write something saying I will wait if she calls? I was going to depend on her for support, should I ask her about what she could do before not calling or just not call like you said? If I see something that indicated or indicates she is acknowledging to others she dislikes me or disapproves should I just not bring it up with her? If this is too many questions I will ask again if you let me know. Thanks. I, not someone else or some others, appreciate the answer and support. It is a concern as nothing this noticeable has happened before.
Thanks. So if we actually had the agreement to call and email daily you are saying best not to call, and this is without notice or anything else/more than has happened already, correct? If she actually offered support, still just do not call? Then wait for her to talk to me? So glad to have the great answer, less stress too.
I, have an update. Update: she emailed today. Wanted to know if I was O.K., please give me a suggestion what to email back to become sure of the relationship as she said she hoped I was OK and what she was doing today. Do I win by not talking to her, or is it OK to respond? I, really appreciate it. Also is it better to not tell her anything about this but make some new friends and get out of here? If this was enough for that I would love to know.
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