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hi me and my ex broke up a few weeks ago coz we are better as friends and we both agreed to remain friends and we were talking good and we organised to meet up to watch a movie and a few days before that he told me he needed space and time to think and hes confused so we didnt meet up and its been a bit over a week what do you think it means? does he still have feelings for me if he wanted to meet up? what do i do? i still have feelings for him

Hi Maria,

He may still have feelings for you or it could possibly be that meeting up so soon after a breakup would be awkward for him. He most likely genuinely want to hang out with you but if he's feeling awkward about it, it would be a legitimate reason to cancel plans.

Give him the space he wants/needs, but I would consider just telling him that when he's ready, you will be there for him, friend or girlfriend, you are there willing to be a listening ear for him.

Hope this helps,


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