Dating and hes disappeared
He; however, had severe commitment issues as a result of a divorce 7 years ago which he is still coming to terms with (no kids).During a period where he was dealing with some major work challenges (last August) we broke up because he was just unable to be a good partner to me with everything else going on.I kept pushing him to talk but he kept saying it wasn't a good time, or he needed to be in a better frame of mind to have this conversation and think clearly. He said things like, our times together are great, but sometimes I think they should be greater, or I know you love me, but are you IN LOVE with me, blah, blah, blah. You can keep trying to chase him down, looking for that explanation from him, but what really does that do for you? The relationship recently ended and I'm having trouble with how it all happened.
Needless to say, he left for SC without a word about us. Join our mailing list by clicking the button below, and I'll send you my complimentary video and E-book "4 Proven Ways to Make Him ADORE You (Like He's Never Adored Anyone Before!
I don't care to know why he didn't want to commit to me, but I feel like he owes me some parting words. Of course you can move on and make a new life for yourself without it.
I asked for space and distance (he said he wanted to remain friends) but now I am consumed with these feelings of wanting to reach out and ask for some sense of closure or last words. You did it last year and you proved to yourself just how strong you really are and how much you really do have to offer someone who truly deserves you and - most importantly - is where you're at when it comes to commitment. But all he can do is come up with excuses because he doesn't know what to say or how to put it into words.
He talked of marriage in May, wedding rings, being a step dad to my 14 year son, etc.
We went on vacations and spent lots of great time together.I still love him very much but I am beginning to understand why we can't or shouldn't be together. But it'll come from him and then you can decide where you're at. Sometimes people think they can do something, but their issues are so great, they can't. Can you accept that he probably doesn't even know himself?