Try to step into his shoes for a bit. Imagine you're in the process of finding out you have a lifelong sentence of not being in control of your emotions.You have a spouse and two children, whom you love very much, however you believe you will make them miserable just by sticking around. It;s completely out of his control except that he and you can know for certain, it;s going to be a rough and rocky road you'll be embarking on. Personally, I tormented and tortured my husband for five years and then set him up with an old girlfriend for New Years eve,It worked. He moved in with her. You see, as the BP in the relationship you (him, me) have a great responsibility to try and not hurt too many people along the way. We don't have control of our reactions and keep messing up. Allso, sometimes it's easier to be the rejector than the rejectee, if you follow. He leaves before you've had enough and ask him to leave.
This love stuff is very convoluted and confusing. I pretty much gave up, too much pain, all around me. I cannot counsel you. I can only try to tell it from the other side.
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