I literally told him that I didn't want to continue any further into our relationship because i prioritise my education first and everything will change by the time I go to university and have different plans not willing to comprimise anything for him in this relationship, whereas i've always been his first priority, we weren't meant to be, so he deserves better and i'm sorry i couldn't give that to him. Then he tells me he how much loves me and wants to be with me than anyone else no matter what. It's obvious he's way more into me than I am into him, he doesn't get that I will eventually leave him. So this break up failed because he's not accepting it, why is he like this and what can I do?
Most Helpful Guy
Education is important but if you feel this way about education then why did you even start dating him when you know you won't give him what he may need. It is not a fair way to go about a relationship and i recommend reconsidering your relationship as if you do have feelings for him then you will actually be able to create compromises. YOU SHOULD NOT LET SCHOOL BE TAKEN TO SUCH A HIGH LEVEL OF IMPORTANCE THAT IT MAKES DECISIONS FOR YOU!!! You only have one youth and that is where you make the decisions that you will treasure the most in your life, do not make decisions out of your own desire for school, it is selfish. Social interaction is crucial at a young age because if you struggle now you will struggle even more with it as you get older.0
Most Helpful Girl
Seriously? There is no such thing as a failed break up - you just didn't have the courage to go through with it.
If you want to break up with him you say it, and mean it. He can't MAKE you see him again or continue to date him, so to say the break up didn't work is just you not having the courage to stand up and tell him you meant what you said and telling him to get lost.
The responsibility lies at your feet not his1