1 month later i receive a text asking me how I was and he hopes I'm alright, to which i responded with i was doing just fine. I then received a phone call from him later that day, he said that he had thought/been thinking about me a lot, had i thought about him? he still finds the fact that we have broken up really hard (he broke up with me) he was calling cause he wanted to speak to me, he feels he's hit reality now. The phone call ended, for the next 3 days the same pattern of a text and a phone call continued (initiated by him) on the 4th day, i heard nothing, so i phoned him causally to 'see how he was' he was quite distant on the phone, this confused me, as the days he had called me he wanted long conversations and it appeared when i phone him he didn't want to talk. So i just came out with it and asked why he had called me in the first place - he said he just wanted 'someone' to talk to. I said well you can't phone me for 3 days, tell me you have thought about me a lot because that isn't fair, if you want nothing from this, he said he is going to think about me I'm his ex, but he didn't want anything else from the conversation other than to speak to someone.
So i told him he has to let me move on now, he has, so now let me do the same. He got extremely angry at me, blocked me. Can someone tell me what he wanted? is he confused?
Most Helpful Guy
He's just using you as convenience. He left you and is happy with his decision but does get lonely so he calls you when he's down. You have emotions too; take care of them.
Most Helpful Girl
Seems like he doesn't want to be with you (he broke up with you after all) but at the same time he has felt lonely. Hence wanting to talk without it leading to anything. This doesn't seem to be going anywhere so just block him back. If he somehow manages to contact you again in the future, simply don't respond (even if it's hard). This guy is just leading you on and giving you false hope because he's feeling lonely. That's not right. Try to stay strong now and cut him out completely, no good can come from this. A break up is supposed to be permanent, not just a temporary solution to a rough patch.
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