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I want to say something to him and at least find out if theres any reason why he thought it was ok to make a plan and then disappear.

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Question - (29 April 2015) 3 Answers - (Newest, 29 April 2015)
A female Canada age 26-29, anonymous writes:

I met a guy online several weeks ago and we went out a few times and had a great time. Recently we had plans to go out on Tuesday but then he cancelled last minute, apologized and said it was because he was asked to pick up an extra shift at work and could do with the extra money and then asked me if any other days during the week would be ok and I said Wednesday during the day, and asked how his weekend went, then suddenly he just stopped responding and disappeared completely. I'm a bit disappointed. I'm not heartbroken over him disappearing or anything but I want to say something to him and at least find out if theres any reason why he thought it was ok to make a plan and then disappear. Any suggestions what I should say to him to stick up for myself? Or should I say nothing?

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A female reader, jls022 United Kingdom + , writes (29 April 2015):

Yeah I'd say nothing either. After he behaved so rudely, don't give him the satisfaction of knowing you care even a little.

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A male reader, Sageoldguy1465 United States +, writes (29 April 2015):

Sageoldguy1465 agony auntJust "say nothing"..... A guy who would do this isn't worth much (any) of your time and/or mental energy...

Good luck....

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A female reader, Honeypie United States + , writes (29 April 2015):

Honeypie agony auntI'd just block, delete and move on. It's only been a few weeks and he has shown you that he rather disappear than call you and talk.

Cancelling last minute is not a great trait, though I do understand pulling an extra shift IS important and some times WORK is more important than "play". After all it pays the bills.

But going totally silent? not OK in my book.

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