Experience is made up of failures good and bad; the wisdom is in knowing what to take from it to change failure into success.
The silent brush-off, a occurrance while not being something that happens to EVERYONE, is at least something we’re familiar with however directly or indirectly the situation may have been, is something of a touchy issue with dating and relationships. You may find yourself in the situation of he/she is just not into you anymore and wonder: “what happened?”. The problem is, that person just may not be available to give you the answer to that question. There are some instances in which that person may have been in a situation in which they had to just cut all communication with no warning; however, the more common case is just that that person was just not man or woman enough to just tell what the situation is and walk rather than adding unnecessary questions for the sake of less drama. What is really the case is that the “duck and run” method to ending things isn’t taking away the drama; it’s just transferring the drama and giving a double burden to the one left with countless questions. So in closing, I have just this advice: if you feel the need to end a relationship with someone, just be straight with them, in person if possible, because if that person has to be brave enough to face rejection, then you should be brave enough to address things face to face and deal with the fall-out. While no one likes rejection, no one respects a coward.
If you’re going to use force, be a force of good in the world. If you want to go far in life, be a force of nature. Roll with the seasons and weather the storms.
Don’t spend your life being a “wannabe”, be an I AM.
Don’t dwell on the regrets of the past; the past is done. Make sure your regrets don’t keep you from living.
Sometimes, it’s a “Kiss Me, I’m AWESOME!” kind of day.
When cleaning house in your life, start with the worries and doubts. They’ll keep growing and returning unless we purposefully scrub them out with faith and hope.