Besides, it's easier to reply "f you too" via email. It's awkward for everyone. I think a phone call is always the decent thing to do, unless email has been an acceptable mode of "important" communication already. Dropping contact out of the blue is almost never cool. Theoretically, doing it in person is the most mature way to go. But that either entails making her think you're getting together for a date when you're not, which is really going to end up being a bummer for her, or telling her on the phone or by text "I think we have to talk; let's get together" which means she'll figure out ahead of time what's up.
But by phone has its issues too. The last guy I dated broke up with me by phone after three months of dating and the first words out of my mouth when he did it were, "Wow, and over the phone, too. That's what I would recommend. If you had dated a few months longer my opinion might be different, but seeing as it's only been a month I think the phone is the way to go. If you were comfortable enough with this person to exchange bodily fluids then you should be comfortable enough to contact them personally and let them know that you don't want to lead them down the garden path when you don't see a future together.
As for myself, I would prefer to hear this by telephone rather than in person as who needs the face-to-face awkwardness that results from the "I'm just not that into you" soliloquy. Since you are a decent person and want to sign off in a respectable manner, following up by sending flowers with a note that says "Good to have met and all the best" would be a nice touch and a good way to ensure that there are no hard feelings when you bump into each other at the movies.
Why waste her time meeting or talking on the phone if there is no chance you'll stay together? E-mail lets the dumpee deal with her feelings in private, away from you. The impulse to do things the "decent" way usually seems to be more about the dumper than the comfort of the dumpee. I know I'm an outlier in this regard, but having been dumped many times and in all kinds of ways, e-mail is definitely best.
Originally Posted by Jessann12 I am actually in a very similar situation as you. I dated this guy for three months and things were going great. He gave me every indication that he liked me and was serious about pursing a relationship. I felt like we had a lot in common. Over the last three months, we have seen each other times per week. Then out of the blue I sensed him pulling away from me-contacting me less and seeing me less. I gave him space for about three weeks and backed off, but after awhile his drastic change in behavior caused me great anxiety so I ended up gently confronting him through text..
I did not want to put him on the spot. He avoided the subject for awhile and then he finally admitted that he was confused and thought that we did not clique very well, which blew my mind away completely. Seth Meyers , Licensed Psychologist and author of Dr. Those of us who saw that particular episode let out a collective gasp at the horror of it all.
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