Most Helpful Guy
I would have to ask you a few questions and I'm not sure you'll know the answers.
Were you happy with the long distance?
Is there a situation in the next two months that would change his opinion about the distance?
I've been in a long distance relationship. I know how it feels. It ended badly too. But at some point you have to ask "is this really worth fighting for?" And "Is this long-distance aspect likely to change anytime soon."
Looking at your age, and with respect, I would suggest there is little this relationship you can control. I mean... you can't move closer and go to college there, or get a job closer or drive up yourself on alternate weekends.
You're young, and although it feels like the end of the world, trust me when I tell you, its not. Its really not.
But whatever you decide, take some control back. Don't leave the power with him, you'll only end up on an emotional rollercoaster.
Good night, and good luck.2
Most Helpful Girl
He wants to keep you as an option. He doesn't want to lose the potential with you, but would rather date someone he can see regularly.
You are whatever you guys agree to be, but - If I were you, I would tell him "No worries, I know it's hard with the distance. I don't do 'half relationships' though, so I guess we're just friends."
I'd date someone else. That's just me though, you have to figure out what you're okay with.5