Me and my boyfriend were together for 7 months and he broke up with me two weeks ago. He said he'll maybe talk to me in a few weeks but for the time being, it's best that we maybe don't speak. I'm missing him everyday and go from being so angry to so upset. It's hard. I've respected his request for space but I'm dying to know if we still have a chance. He said he's scared of relationships but he said we get on so well, he can't deny that. He's away to have a serious think about it and will let me know his decision. He's blocked me on Facebook but not whatsapp or normal text. Is he likely to come back? Should I ask him?
Most Helpful Guy
give him his space. pressing the issue will probably only push him away more
if i were you i'd try to move forward with my life. don't wait on him. if he comes back then you have something
as the saying goes, 'If you love something set it free. If it comes back it’s yours. If not, it was never meant to be.'0
Most Helpful Girl
To me it's already a done deal. How can there be a chance for you guys if HE was the one that not only chose to end it, but also prefers space with no contact? That doesn't sound like a compatible partner or someone that wants you back. He also said he's scared of relationships. You should want a confident partner, not one that doubts, and could shake up the relationship for the worst. So, to me, it sounds like he doesn't want a relationship, whether it's with you or somebody else.
Though, I also have some suspicions. If this was a sudden breakup, and there were no problems that built up to it, I wonder if he was interested in somebody else, and said that he might contact you in a few weeks as if he's using those few weeks to test the waters somewhere else, and if it doesn't work out, then he'll contact you like he said. Just a thought.
Also, you guys may have gotten on well, and that's great, but that's still not enough. For some other reason, he didn't feel that was enough and felt compelled to break it off.
I think when it comes to break-ups what people fail to understand is that they really need to allow themselves to grieve and through the processes of healing and learning to live without that person from an intimate relationship. It's like people fear moving on becuase they're so busy looking back, wanting back what they lost. This is not something you will get over overnight.0