Most Helpful Guy
ok certainly there are other details that are not mentioned here, but i will talk from what you said.
first of, after 6 years, you just wanted to let him behind? just like that? well i hope it is not just like that. if you could easily let go off someone, that other person doesn't have to do the same. he couldn't. he left whatever he had and came with you and according to what you said, he only started doing those things after moving out, right? why don't you talk to him instead of giving him instructions? may be he has some kind of deep problem; yeah people can get childish sometimes. he wants you, ok? and appreciate this. i am not saying that you have to accept what he is doing i am just saying try to kniw what's in his head. if you dont want to help him as boyfriend, do it for a human. no judging and it's your life and you dont have to be in someone's debt, just help and care are better than leave.
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Most Helpful Girl
look up the laws in your state, they are more helpful in understanding the best way to kick him out. don't block his number change yours. its not right to string him along and for him to creep you.
if he wants to go home help him by buying a ticket or something, but get him out of your life.
like someone said he maybe dealing with a lot, and that maybe true. if you want to see if things could work out, talk with him about counseling or something and see if he will get help. if he doesn't want to help himself, or work on your relationship, walk away.
six years is a long time, and he moved for you, but at the end of the day your not his mother, nor his family. you've lost interest in him as you are looking elsewhere, and if you are ready to cut ties and move on, then go for it.