Most Helpful Guy
He may have fallen out of love with you, but that doesn't mean he lost all feelings for you. I'm sure he really cares about you, but somewhere inside of him, he realized the relationship between the two of you wasn't working out for him.
I commend him for being honest with you, which is hard to do, and that's also hard for you to hear; especially when you're still processing everything that just happened. I do think it's strange he's already madly in love and says he's happy, but everybody's different, and there' s no point in trying to figure out why he jumped into something so fast. My ex fiance did that and he was the greatest thing since the invention of the light bulb (made me feel like a real champ). She married the guy, but they're already separated and have been for a few years. Guess he wasn't so "wonderful" after all.
Anyway, these things are going to happen and sometimes great relationships run their course, sputter and ultimately fail. Give yourself some time and try and accept he may never call back. I think down the road, you won't even want him back, as you will probably have moved on with someone else who makes you really happy.
Cheer up; it's not the end of the world, and at least he's amicable and not mean to you. You'll be fine, just hang in there.1
Most Helpful Girl
I wouldn't read too much into his behavior. He is with someone else now and it's possible he only told you that there might be more in the future as means of consolation. You need to not be fixated on his words and read too much into them. I know it's tempting, but don't do it. You should try to move on as quickly as possible and not hope that he will be back. Also, no contact, not at all. No matter why you want to contact him or what you think you have to say to him.0