Since then, we chatted everyday and talked about a lot of things mostly about business, current issue, religious things, our feeling to each other, etc although sometimes we had argument but i enjoyed it. He introduces himself properly and convinced me to come to his place but i insisted because i think if he serious with me he will come over here. it took sometimes before i accepted his love. I’ve been trough several rejection and betrayal before him so hard for me to believe another man again. But he did it. We made it until few months. We never talked about family, but he told me that he was single and want serious relationship. I wanted to know him from his social media, but he said that he shut down all his socmed due to some reason. I try to search online and never find his name so i believe it. Someday, my curiosity went too high and i found out his account, i know it was him from the photo and profile, but in different name, different nationality, his status is married, different educational information and my heart broken by pieces. He lied to me all this time. I confronted him. He was so angry and said why i believe that stuff. He never made explanation about that. But he insisted that all we need just love each other. I know i love him but all of this make me sick. My friend suggest me to avoid him. But i cant, I enjoyed my time talk with him. So i continue to chat but in awkward way.
But now, already 2 months he abandoned me. Never chat, never online. It seems his number being deactivated. i know his business number and its still online but i never called because somehow i feel that he don’t want me anymore. I just need explanation. I’m sorry but these answers are all slightly wrong. This feminine phrase is correctly used humorously to express excitement about something surprising, like a tray of desserts or a an unexpected shoe store. It is never meant seriously, but as a humorous exclamation. A man can use the phrase humorously by playing with the femininity if it. There is never a sense of wanting to calm down. That implication is made sarcasticly. One usually puts their hand to their heart and says this phrase moving their head, with chin up, side to side, slightly breathless, ladylike, acting as if they might faint. Ask your heart for its reasons, and keep asking why does it want to do something? what is the ultimate goal? what can you realistically expect from this course of action? And then the mind will rationally weigh whether this goal is important, and decide if it agrees. Perhaps the heart will realize that it doesn’t want this after all.