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Interacting with Your MLCer Re: How to communicate with your MLCer
« Reply #20 on: May 10, 2017, 10:15:32 AM »
We have NC for 3 months at a time. Her doing. I do not reach out anymore at all. Nothing. She breaks her NC and usually makes a phone call which I refuse to answer. She will not stop calling until she gets her way. If I don't answer she gets my work involved.

We then talk for a couple of weeks and she is a W again. Gets her reassurance.  This is our touch and go. Then she disappears for 90 days again with NC. I have struggled with the silence but I agree, this is not about me.

Good thread, I thought I was the only one living in silence.  :)

 

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