We've been spending a lot of time together and he said he's been exhausted, one day we were fine and the literal next day he was cold and threatened breaking up. For no reason, it came out of the blue. He said he didn't want to commit yet we've been together for two years. I think it's because he needs space because he's used this excuse before when he needed some time alone but he didn't just flat out say it. We broke up last year for a month then got back together because he said he missed us being together. I'm just confused. Any advice please?
Most Helpful Guy
Well how much time are you spending together? I personally am an introvert and definitely need time apart from a woman I am dating, I need to be by myself. Perhaps he is the same way and just doesn't know how to communicate it until he is about to snap. give some space maybe a day or two apart a week, ask him if he needs his time to himself, if he is an introvert then this is likely the reason for his responses.0
Most Helpful Girl
I've been in the same situation before ! He's putting you on a roller coaster of emotions. This is very unfair for you and you have to voice it out.
In every relationship "personal space" is essential; you can't appreciate a friend without their absence.
Talking it out slowly and having a heart to heart conversation will definitely improve the situation, or least make things clearer. Perhaps he has other issues (that you're not aware of), which makes him stressed out, and he suddenly burts. This is why communication is always key.
But if communication between you two is weak and still fails, maybe its time he feels what its like to really lose you.
All the best and good luck! <31
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