For the past year, I've been talking to a woman online and we really hit it off. I've always been overly cautious about the internet and was unsure of meeting someone in real life that i had met online. But after months and months of talking to her, everyday, usually hours on end, I found myself giving her my phone number and the next thing I know, we're talking on the phone ALL the time and it was amazing. I had planned on meeting her, but when I was admitted into the hospital for depression, she threw in the towel. She stopped talking to me. Won't answer my calls, won't answer my emails. Maybe that means I'm better off without her. But is it really over? Just like that? She decides we're through and we're through? There's probably a lot of info that I'm leaving out that might explain the situation more, but that's the gist of it. My family doesn't know I'm gay, so I can't talk to them about it.
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