How to explain.
Sometimes things can seem as they are not because of other circumstances an individual may be in that you don't know of. If that were so would you at least give them a chance to explain and then make your decision about them if you know that they truly did care about you?
Good question fenixfan. I'm glad you resolved the issue. Good Luck and God bless.
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