I emailed/texted him multiple times a day asking what had happened and when could we talk?
He sent an angry email saying he was working 14-hour days and couldn’t deal with this right now and that all he has to offer is friendship. He gets busy at work and you fall out of sight and out of mind.
Write as many notes as you have days left, so each day he/she can draw one out of the jar to make passing the time a little bit easier.
Send him/her the jar in the mail or give it to them in person when you see each other before Valentine's Day. Be the first person they hear in the morning and the last person they hear at night.
Receiving mail that isn't a bill these days is rare, which will make your love note even more special and fun to receive. Mail him/her a care package of their favorite things.
Fill a box with a few of their favorite things, whether it's sweets you can only get from a local shop by your place or a sweatshirt with your signature scent sprayed on it, little mementos will let them know you're thinking of them. Give him/her a bunch of letters to open at different times.
If he does, should I expect an apology for the lack of communication or should I apologize to him for being needy? Which means he is brilliant at slaying the dragon right in front of him (work) and less brilliant at writing a shopping list at the same time (pursuing you.) It’s got nothing to do with how much you mean to him and has everything to do with how his brain functions!!No matter how much you talk, no matter how many different ways you communicate (Skype, IM, Facebook), you’re only getting to know one side of him.Your friends shouldn’t make fun of you, but there’s still a big stigma around dating online, and for good reason. But your boyfriend might be cool, so I’m not saying you should dump him tomorrow. If he is your boyfriend, you should be able to introduce him to your friends.Label the outside of each envelope with instructions of when to open them such as "when you're feeling sad" and "when you're feeling frisky."5.Count down the days until you see each other again by filling a jar with slips of paper detailing things you love about him/her.