- He does love you but he can't feel it right now because of how messed up he is. He'll come back once he figures himself out but in the meantime you should focus on you and take care of yourself until thenVote A
- You should move on. He's being a jerk and you shouldn't have to suffer if he's screwing upVote B
Most Helpful Guy
Depression is a REAL disease. People who do not suffer it, do not tend to understand or empathize with it. If you find yourself telling him to "pull himself out of it", you don't really understand it. If you love him. If you truly love him--- convey how much it hurts you to see him hurting. Then in a non-confrontational way, tell him that BECAUSE you love him (if you do), you want him to see a doctor, because depression is a disease, and just like you'd go to the doctor for pancreatitis, that he should go to a doctor for his depression. It sounds like his is chemical and not situational. Chemical depression can be managed very well with medications like Zoloft. There is a huge stigma against seeking treatment for depression, which is sad. I suffered it for 10 years before seeking help. Seeking said help was the best decision I ever made. So again, if you love him, do this--- and support him, but also accept that there is NO magical overnight fix. It takes time for medication to have an effect. Additionally, therapy would likely benefit him.2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
I understand what you're going through my guy did that too.
Just know that he is going through stuff. It doesn't mean he doesn't love you, or that you are not good enough. You totally are. I recomend maybe moving on and continuing with your life until he figures out what's up. Then he can come and get you back, that is if you still want him. I know it's hard, but you have to do what's best for you. Don't worry, if it's meant to be, it will be. :)5THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE