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break up because of loging the path in life

Published on July 19, 2013 by tango2013

my boyfreind broke up with me because he lost his path in life. He is being pretty moody and hart on my lately, he says he feels very bad about this and doesnt want to hurt me and this is why he broke up with me. Is there, in your experience, any chance he will come back to me?, should I stay friends with him until he feels better?, I know he is not lying and he doesnt want to see anyone. But he is going through a very bad moment in his life and needs to be alone. Should I move on?, be his friend?

Thanks for your answer.

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It’s admirable that you want to be there for him, but the most important thing to remember is not to lose yourself in his depression. He sounds lost, which happens to all of us from time to time, but you can’t sacrifice yourself for him. If it’s meant to be, he’ll come back to you once he has his head on straight. Otherwise, you need to keep moving forward and not give up a part of yourself to make him feel better.

I agree with the above comment. Do not loose yourself in his issues.

Although you might want to be there for him and remain his friend I think its important that you remember to look after yourself and be a friend to you first right now. Sometimes when guys are moody and come off as being hard on you, its because they are questioning their feelings towards you or about the relationship. Guys hate to hurt girls, especially ones they really care about and have spent time with in a relationship. However, often, when they say they don't want to hurt you its because they know they are going to.I've personally experienced this, right before a break up.

On the other hand, I have a friend that was dating a guy for years, he started going through things and was stressed out and depressed. They ended up breaking up and still kept in contact but she gave him his space and didn't make the situation about her and kept on with her life. Eventually they got back together and are now married happily.

I think if he reaches out to you, you can demonstrate that you are still there and care by communicating with him. For right now though, I would avoid the remaining friends conversation and get busy focusing on you and your happiness. Hope this helps!

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