Our expert says:
I find this an increasing problem with e-mail, SMS, twitter and so on - just because its easy to contact each other often, some of us get far too bothered and angry when people don't respond quickly. Remember that not long ago, if you wanted to communicate with a friend abroad, unless you'd want to pay for an extremely expensive phone call, you'd have to write a letter, which took 2 weeks or more to get there, and if he replied as soon as he could, at least 2 weeks to return the reply to you. Anything under a month and you felt special and lucky !
Unfortunate that you had an argument about something so trivial. Usually its best to leave time for the other person to stop sulking. Hus upcoming birthday should provide a good excuse for a fresh message, a short apology, and to see if he responds then. If he doesn't, leave it open. Remember, he does have a very high-pressure job, and even if willing to contact you, may not have the time for a rapid response
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