Our expert says:
There are probably as many reasons for ignoring such messages as there are for sending them, or for responding to them. In the situation you describe - maybe he's got much busier at work ( but then he should have had the courtesy to tell you ) ; or he was at first lonely and now is making more and new friends, and is busy with that. Maybe he has become depressed and this may be only one of many things he is neglecting.
It does, indeed, sound as though you have invested more, emotionally and otherwise, into a relationship that meant significantly less to him than it did to you.
No need for drama, but why not simply email and say you notice he is responding less and less to your messages, and so,unless he wants to suggest differently, you will conclude that this relatonship hasindeed run its course, and will stop troubling him with further messages. THen, with dignity, wish him well, and leave a silence from your side, for him to respond as and if he wishes.
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