My exboyfriend and I just broke up a couple weeks ago (his decision). He told me that it had nothing to do with me that he needed to find himself again. He acts like he still wants to be friends which gives me the hope that once his crisis blows over he could get back together. He feels now that since we are not technically together that he doesn't have to tell me things. I feel if he still wants to be friends he can tell me what he is doing. He told me if I had any questions to ask him, but when I do he doesn't give me an honest answer, he ignores the question. I caught him hiding things saturday night after I had flat out asked him where he was because we agreed he would watch our daughter on the weekends. Not only did I have her all day on saturday but Sunday as well until about 8:15. Now we have mutual friends and they are torn between us because they know he doesn't like his business stated, but he somehow manages to find out my business by either asking me or finding out from our supposed mutual friends. Do I confront everyone and tell them how I feel or do I just let it go so as not to get on my ex's bad side in case things might work out between us.
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