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LDR Should I Ask Why He Hid His Profile? Need Advice

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Question - (12 May 2018) 1 Answers - (Newest, 13 May 2018)
A female United States age 51-59, *atingHelp writes:

I’ve been talking to a guy on a dating site for 3 weeks now. He is long distance so we have not been able to meet. We were supposed to meet recently and he had to cancel but he’s working on rescheduling for 3 weeks from now. We have had a very good connection. However, this morning he hid his profile and I’m certain he didn’t hide it because of me. I really like him but I’m now confused and wondering if he met someone else and that’s the real reason he canceled. We had agreed to be open and upfront about everything. I just talked to him on the phone two days ago when we were discussing meeting and being upfront.

Should I ask him why he hid his profile? I don’t know what to do.

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A female reader, Honeypie United States + , writes (13 May 2018):

Honeypie agony auntMaybe he is focusing on you?

It's only been 3 weeks, I'd try not to let your imagination take over here.

He can do whatever HE wants with his profile.

SLOW down.

If he cancels again, you wish him well, block him and move on.

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