We mutually finally talked about it and decided to end it because "He doesn't think he can handle an LDR". And he ghosted me because he needed time to sort things out and "Loving someone you never met and probably never will is not healthy " ( I agree with him).
I asked him if he wanted me to give him space and he replied that he still needs space but still wants us to be friends.
- He never loved you and moved on.
- He loved you but he moved on.
- He loved you but still hasn't moved on.
Most Helpful Guy
Not to be a dick but if you want me to be honest, the guy has already moved on and chances are he doesn't want to be friends. He's telling you he needs space as a way of letting you know that you should cease contact.
I'm guessing it wasn't a horrible break up, just people going their own ways due to long distance and that's the only reason he's not being more blunt, he doesn't want to hurt you but it's been over a long time before that.
I have a question for you if you don't mind answering, you guys had different religions, right? So where did you see it going seeing how you can't marry a non-Muslim guy?2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
He's confused, Elissa. Loving someone you never met sounds incredibly difficult and emotionally draining. He is probably questioning what the point of it is. He has feelings for something that likely isn't gonna work. That sounds like it becomes a distraction and a pain. Question is, what exactly do you want to get out of this relationship? Do you want it to go somewhere? Do you just want the temporary companionship/experience?
I can't answer your poll, because Idunno what love is. He certainly has feelings for you and hasn't moved on but wants to without giving you up entirely. Can you handle that?0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE