You might as well try and get over her, surely if she ever does get back to you why spend your life worrying about it? Get answers by asking now.
If it was just one maybe it failed for whatever reason.
Hearing her voice may put you at ease, and it's possible that she's dealing with something that requires talking to a friend. Maybe she's gone on holiday? Do you have a particular reason to be so worried?
If I wanted to get hold of someone and they weren't answering their phone, I would phone the house phone/mum's phone and ask to speak to him.
She usually is the quick replier who answers within an hour or so.
Can you see whether he's on Facebook?
I am terrible for this kind of thing but every time there's an explanation as to what's happened which leaves you feeling just a bit silly after imagining all sorts! If you are answering the phone for a business call, it is best to not make the other person wait.
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Hi said you are not sure if he'd want his mum involved - involved in what? Has she been ill recently or depressed? To think people waiting until they are desperate for the toilet to look for one, Dilemma, on possibly benefits cause of lack of disclosure on personal circumstances, Share your tips for making learning fun for your children with VTech - £100 voucher to be won, Share your tips for removing household stains with Crown - £100 voucher to be won, Do you have questions about the Green Homes Grant? I've been in your position so I know what a dreadful feeling it is waiting.
I've tried calling family that lives (relatively) nearby him and, of course, they aren't answering. Find something to do to distract yourself.
Is it his only method of accessing the internet? I just know that as someone who has an elderly relative who lives alone, I wouldn't hesitate, and I'd hope that the neighbors …
Talking to her a parents is not really an option either as we are not teenagers living with our parents. Chill.
Skyler: I don't think it's overrated. "if you are worried enough to think he might have harmed himself, then stop fannying around on the internet and go round there/get someone else to" ^^agree with this from AF. He's been too depressed to leave the house, so I know it's not because he isn't home.
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Try not to worry. He's been suicidal recently and I've been making him call me every few hours. He could have lost his phone, lost his charger, gone somewhere and had it nicked, gone somewhere and forgotten it, dropped it and broken it, split water on it and broken it...If you actually need to speak to him about something important, or you are genuinely worried about him doing something stupid, pop round to his house/work if you can. Nos partenaires et nous-mêmes stockerons et/ou utiliserons des informations concernant votre appareil, par l’intermédiaire de cookies et de technologies similaires, afin d’afficher des annonces et des contenus personnalisés, de mesurer les audiences et les contenus, d’obtenir des informations sur les audiences et à des fins de développement de produit. How old is he? he hasnt been on facebook since last night, the same time he sent the last text to me.i don't know whether to leave it until the evening or what, he never ever turns his phone off like this. if it's not too much trouble perhaps you should go visit her in person so that you can set your mind at ease and to make sure nothing is wrong. When you last spoke did you have a disagreement? If he said he'd call but hasn't, and you've not heard from him since last night I don't think it's unreasonable to contact his mum or go round to see if he's home.
Can you be more specific about what you're afraid has happened?
You can try talking to her parents, or try calling her or something of that nature.
he has a lot going on at the moment and he said he would ring me this morning, we were up until late texting last night but we need to speak on the phone. x. just coz she no longer lives with her parents doesn't mean she has stopped contact with them.
I'm getting a bit worried - what should I do? im waiting for him to get in touch, ive sent a few texts which is daft cos he hasnt read them, but do i give it until tomorrow and then contact a friend or something? Does he live with his Mum? If you hear nothing why not send her a letter to ask if she's okay? Try calling her. Have you got an email address? Whenever I can't get hold of someone I assume that they have left their phone somewhere or run out of charge.
she may be hurt or in trouble but cannot get help.
Unless you have some specific reason to worry about him (drugs? Even though we are long-distance friends we are regularly in touch but I haven't heard from her in almost two weeks now, when she texted me. “For some clients, the phone is another place where they might say the wrong thing.” Some people may not get the message that you are ignoring their calls, and some will call even more frequently if they are unsure why their calls are going unanswered.
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he lives with his mum. How long will it take to get over my online friends?
But some of us didn't join that revolution. Really not getting all the angst here, I once forgot that dh had agree to do a double shift ( he had told me) phone switched off at work, managed to convince myself if he had an accident on his bike on the way home, was on the verge of ringing hospitals and then walked in the house as nothing had happened, well it hadn't ( six hours late in my eyes or on time in his) there is normally a completely rational explanation for these things.
Expecting to be able to contact people instantly/anytime/anywhere just wouldn't have been an option before mobile phones were in common use.
Why do some people call Joe Biden a pedofile? Just text I'm worried about you and see if you get a reply?
I'm worried because she is my friend - If she is near or far away doesn't change that.
Long-distance relationships are overrated anyway. I second just distracting yourself and getting on with your day. You said he's busy.
Yahoo fait partie de Verizon Media. This might be a fairly modern thing. Even though we are long-distance friends we are regularly in touch but I haven't heard from her in almost two weeks now, when she texted me. Really not … Is it possible that he just doesn't feel like talking to anyone atm and is therefore not taking calls and messages? tell them your a friend and your worried coz you haven't heard from her. i dont want to contact his mum or go to his house in case he doesn't want his mum involved...im really worried though because its not like him to not have his phone with him/use it. It's possible that the text messages did not get sent. No, we didn't have a disagreement the last time we spoke. Going to visit her is not an option because we are so far away that that would require a plane trip. I just sent one text, two days ago.
Have you had an argument?
I'm getting a bit worried - what should I do?
do you know one of her neighbors or other close acquaintances that maybe can call or text her to see if she responds. I sent my long-distance friend a text message two days ago and she hasn't replied and I'm getting a bit worried.
What do you think of the answers? your friend could of gone on a late minute holiday and forgot to tell you and left her phone at home. Being prepared for a scheduled call will allow you to answer the phone in an appropriate amount of time, while also allowing you time to dispose of any distractions that might take away your attention.
Depression?) You were texting until late last night. I am invariable right, except for one time that I was cursing H for leaving his phone in the office and it turned out it had been snatched from him by a thief on a bicycle. I sent my long-distance friend a text message two days ago and she hasn't replied and I'm getting a bit worried.
im petrified and thinking the worse he promised he would ring me this morning, not today, he said this morning. he is usually glued to his phone.
Sounds to me like it's just a phone problem; maybe it's broken, maybe he's doing a big software update, maybe he's turned it onto aeroplane mode by accident, maybe his sim has been deactivated - these are all reasons I know I've been off-radar for a day or so at a time in the past!Do you have a landline number or work number/email address? I'm thinking I'll wait another day or so and if I still haven't heard from her, I try to contact her again. His phone might be broken, he may have forgotten to charge it, he might just need a bit of space for a few hours or feel poorly.I think you may be over reacting, unless there is more of a back story here. I got into a fight with my best friend and now my whole friend group hates me? Join Yahoo Answers and get 100 points today. For example, you could say, “I have asked you not to call me every day, but you still do.
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Aspergers - Please could you help me explain my anxiety to my friend - and why it has caused my late reply. well, if you cant visit, dont have any mutual friends, and dont know her family at all then there is nothing you can do, if you do know someone who knows her get in touch with them and tell them your fears, there could be a number of reasons, maybe she has lost her phone, maybe she is really really busy, try not to worry too much, once you have done everything you can the only option left is to call the police department in her local area and ask them to check on her, thats the last resort! People have died because they became anorexia i mean she doesn't sleep because she starves to death and worried about her weight.
Eating disorder is where people don't eat because they think there to fat and get obsessed of losing weight when really it's just going over the top and going way to far when she should eat and be healthy. Mumsnet has not checked the qualifications of anyone posting here.