So, this guy, Dave, and I have been friends for almost a year. He always liked me from the beginning but, we didn't start dating until August 2015. He liked me more at first, and I was always iffy about the relationship since I am graduating this December 2015, and he doesn't graduate college until spring 2017. Anyway, three months later we managed to grow our feelings and I believe that I am in love with him. Based on his actions, I am sure he loves me too. We have such a natural connection and very strong friendship. Anyway, he's been acting sad the past week about me graduating soon, and he's had fears about the relationship. A few days ago he was telling me he feels weird and that he thinks he needs some alone time. I gave him space the rest of that day and then he called me later to talk and I thought we were fine. Well, last night we went out with his friends and had a great night, but then when we got back to his place he started acting weird. He started saying how we don't have that much in common, etc. It was all not true though because we are very similar. And he basically said he needs time alone and right now in his life he wants to be single. I of course was in disbelief by his sudden change of attitude towards me, and I was very upset. He tried to hold me and comfort me, but I was so sad by how he suddenly decided to break up like that. He never actually said Break Up, but this morning when we woke up he apologized for the way he handled things and told me that he loves me and that I did nothing wrong, and that he felt weird mentally. Then he said he wants to try to preserve our relationship but without the "title" of boyfriend,. Today when he dropped me off at my apartment, he started crying when I was about to leave and I could tell he was very sad about his decision. He swears he doesn't want to be with anyone else, and I believe him. Why would he break up with me so suddenly? Should I contact him? Or wait for him to contact me?
Most Helpful Guy
Sounds like he's afraid of what the relationship will be after you graduate. I'm assuming you'd be a lot further apart and long distance can take new strains on a (somewhat) new relationship. Maybe some insecurities led him to think he's holding you back... you should talk to him about the real reasoning, the least he could do is tell you why without making excuses.1
Most Helpful Girl
Talk to him and solve the situation2