We met during an exchange programme. Then I come back to my country and we start a LDR. We were talking almost everyday. One week ago, he told me that breaking up it's better for both of us. He told that suddenly. We did not argue. I did not cheat. There was no reason. He only told that he had some personal problems, I tried to explain that I am here to help him but he did not want to hear anything. Today, I asked him if we can be friend because I like him as a person, but he said in a very rude way "No friendship!" . I am even more sad than the breaking. I tried to talk him calmly but he was getting rude. He did not reply to my last message.
He broke up. No cheating, no argument. Why doesn't he want to be friends with me or even talk to me?
What Guys Said 4
Well its a LDR and the challenges for that is, well lots. The severals reasons could be:
A. He found another partner
B A certain accident/familyproblem/etc
C He wants to start a new, sorta like forget about the past
D Other things that i have no idea on and may be less likely because reasons.0
Hey... leave him be. He may have reasons he doesn't want you to know... and I know it's for the best you don't. I advise you to look at the bright side, you are free now from a difficult ldr, and probably from someone you should not even trust. Also, remember that local guys can be better than that guy. Change your perspective... this is the key. Not letting go IS one of the long standing regrets of a person... so let this one go... it is best for you.0
What Girls Said 2
He's going to need time to heal and move on from your relationship. Being in contact with you doesn't help that. Friendship may be possible sometime down the road, but not now.0
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