I feel he's the sort that is pretty firm about the decision. It's a bit scary that he said he lost his feelings but I only felt it in the last month or so.
Though since early this year, because of my schedule, it was hard to spend quality time together and we did a lot less things together. Most of the time he comes and eats with me, or accompanies me as I work and study.
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Normally I would advise you to move on. But because you dated for 2 years I would say that you are in serious relationship territory. It means that no matter how the relationship ended, there was at some point something very real and profound that kept both of you together.
It sounds like he either wasn't ready to get married or wasn't sure he wanted to marry you. Being with someone for the rest of your life is a terrifying thing. Can you really live with having sex with only one person and not know what its like to be inside of someone else? Is this person's annoyances and insecurities worth it? These are things that people think about when it comes to the marriage question. It sounds like he was getting a lot of pressure from you at a time when he needed the most space and freedom to think. By pressuring him you force a decision of the gut and the heart to be made cognitively. An emotional investment should also be an emotional decision. You can't force that type of thing. THis is the number one mistake that women make. It causes guys to run away and have sex with anything that moves as a "last chance" experience of freedom heading toward the gallows of marriage.
Why am I talking about sex? Well, because it is hugely important for a guy in marriage. I believe that the true test of your love is the emotions that are left after sex. No matter how in love two people are-sex will sometimes be a chore or kind of boring. You need mutual respect and communication to rekindle that fire when it happens. And it WILL. These are things guys think about.
Here is my advice to you about your situation. There IS still something left to salvage. There is still love there. It is worth fighting for and working for. But what you absolutely have to do is recreate what it felt like when you guys first started dating. This takes time and work. But don't ever talk about marriage. Guy's think about it. Let him come to that decision. You job is to work with him so you both remember why you loved each other. Plan date nights. Light some candles. Spice up the romance even if you are tired. Go on walks. You have to treat it like it is a brand new courtship. Start from square one. Also, do new and exciting activities together that promote bonding-often times fear is a good thing for that. So... rock climbing or a scary thing where teamwork is required other than sex.
My ex of 2 year and I broke up last year. My heard goes out to you!2
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