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If you do get them talking to you civilly try to keep the conversation a bit lighter, and if you do get on to the topic of your relationship then don't bring up the bad times or ask heavy questions until appropriate, otherwise you run the risk of killing the conversation.
Your call could go a few ways, they may start talking then burst into a slew of painfully accurate abuse, profess their undying love for you or have quite alot of bad news in general that prompted them to call you.
Your phone rings, you pick up, you say hello and you hear a sad/unhappy hello and you say hello again as you normally would and get back another sad/unhappy hello which has a breath or sigh in between answers and replies.
It’s confidential and you don’t have to give your name if you don’t want to.
However you choose to contact us, you're in control.
After using Duo for about a week, I can say it is among the best video-chat apps around.
Google's clever back-end work lets you switch from Wi-Fi to cellular with just a brief stutter.