Hi again, Steph and thanks for requesting me.
How are you today? I hope all is well! : )
No, unfortunately, I did not get paid for the refund on that one answer and I also never received your bonus of $10, which you mentioned you wanted to add.
I would like to answer your last question here, since I didn't get a chance to do that when you posted it last night and I was offline, plus, that question is now closed.
I fully understand your dilemma about whether to go to visit him sooner rather than later, and I only brought up the out of sight/out of mind thing because from my reading, I feel the longer he doesn't see you, the longer and more difficult it will be to resolve this. Right now, it's just important to get him communicating with you again and regaining the relationship you had before--as friends. There is no way he 'forgot' about you or will ever forget about you. You were close friends and there's no reason that can't continue, once you find out what's bugging him and why he stopped talking to you. You need to talk it out and you agreed it would be better in person, that's why I suggested not waiting as long as your cousin suggested. You already said you know he could never come see you, and your cousin should understand this if she also has this disorder.
I don't know if he was furloughed, but, that might be a good excuse to text or call him to ask, because you're concerned about this situation and wanted to know if it adversely affected him.
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