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Hello everyone. Please help me understand...

Why do they withdraw, become distant and ignore you?

Seeing him a few times in 4 months when we used to see each other every single day or other day for the last 4 years. I'm confused. Is it cheating? Is it mania? Is it hypo manic? Is it depression? What is it?
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replied April 8th, 2018
Hello and welcome to EHF !

I went through your query and i believe it needs to be evaluated if you are not given enough attention by your partner try to consult with him talk to him and find the reason. If he is not interested in you have a couple therapy nd sort out the problem you to two have with each other. Possibility of Manya hypomania can only be ruled out after complete psychiatric examination. Not possible from the history you mentioned.
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