So I have been dating this guy for three months now. It is going quite well, I have met his parents, he has met mine and he has also met my friends. He clearly stated that we were in fact dating, but he specifically pointed out that we are not a couple. Now, there's a reason for that: his last girlfriend apparently broke his heart after expressing the strong desire to marry him and she ended things much to his surprise. After that, he was an emotional wrack. When I met him six months ago, he was still in pretty bad shape, however things have gotten better and he sees, that I am good for him. My social surroundings are a lot better then those of his ex, my family and friends accept him and I am trying my best to be supportive of him. He told me I was the best thing that happend to him in a little eternity and that he deeply cared for me. And when I need him, he is always there for me. However, even the thought of calling me his girlfriend seems to throw him right back into the deep pit he has been in. And I don't know, if I am wasting my time on him, I love him and I would wait for him to be ready, but I am still young and don't want to wait forever. So what do you think? Should I move on? Thanks for your help.
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I think you might need to distant yourself a bit. I would say entering into a relationship before fully recovered form the last one is selfish. It does not matter how many beautiful words he throws at you; nor does meeting each others' parents and friends. He should prove his love for you with actions. If he is still playing this cold hot game 3 months into the relationship and 6 months after breaking up, chances are that you are more of a heal than love to him, in which case I would recommend breaking off. Listen to your gut instinct. I would suggest you let him know that you really love him but right now things are too painful for you. If he really loves you, he should try to win you back. Good luck!0