Inflatable, I'm so so sorry you're going through this. This may not be exactly what this forum is for, but I'd like to give you a little advice from my own experience. I was once in such a relationship myself, so I know exactly how you feel, and how hard you've been crying. OK?
I have to tell you this because you're not going to like my advice....I'm taking the previous poster's advice a bit further.
This will be very hard for you to do, but you said you were willing to do ANYTHING to make the relationship work. OK, you must
stop questioning him and leave him alone. The more you cry and ask him if he still loves you, the farther away you push him. If you really love this man and want this relationship to even have the smallest chance of working out, you must let go NOW.
And for your own sake
, you have
to be able to imagine a life without him! Nothing in this life is for certain...every day is a gift! We do tend to take things for granted and assume that we will live happily ever after, but it doesn't always happen that way!
You do have a life separate from him, don't you? A job, or school, hopefully something you really love....something that you can focus on right now to take your mind off what's happening. I know you think this is impossible, but you have to try to pull yourself out of the dumps, and act like you are NOT broken-hearted. Telling him that "you can't live without him" is a real relationship-killer for some guys....I don't know why but it's true! Of course you should tell him that you love him, but without
tears and without
I truly hope that it all works out for the best for both of you.
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