It's been 3 months i've given him the "time" to focus on himself now what?

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The last 2 months we were together we had some disagreements. He began to push me away and get snappy towards me. The day we broke up I was concerned about why he was so easily agitated and he got snappy with me so I shut down and decided to text him after leaving "hey i love you but can we talk" to which he said "k. I don't know why you always do this when i'm with my friends". I don't see it that way, I don't think I bother him when he's with his friends. Of course I got upset by his reaction to this text and we ended things mutually with being "friends". We texted A LOT the first month, he even said when I got home from vacation he wanted to talk to me. I got home form vacation and he magically decided he no longer wanted to talk to me about how we could fix things, instead he said he's not good with emotions, he wouldn't put in a lot of effort, that he was extremely focused on himself and that the best thing for us would be time. I held onto hope, because we were together over 4 years and most of the time overcame any disagreement. He slowly began to stop texting me and avoided seeing me even tho we agreed we would whenever I was home from college. At the 3 month mark, 7 weeks after this "time" dilemma I decided it was enough time to figure things out, so I went to his house and confronted him. He was cold and told me to move on. I don't think he means it, but i've already acted crazy and told him all the ways I want to work on things. I want him back, I see a future with him, because we always talked about having one. Is it still possible to get him back, if so how? I've been very cordial and respond to his 3 snaps a day with questions about how he's doing, etc. The last few days I stopped doing that after making an ass of myself. Do I continue to distance myself or is it too late?

It's been 3 months i've given him the "time" to focus on himself now what?
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