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    So I met a guy 3 months ago (he`s 24) and I`m 23, and we clicked.

    started spending every weekend and at least 1 evening together.

    he made it an offical relationship 2 weeks ago.

    However, last week he went home, and he hardly kept in contact (I assumed he was busy with his family) and he text me last night to say something is missing in our relationship and so he doesn``t want to see me anymore...

    I find this really weird as just before he left he was making future plans with me, saying he absolutely adores me and wants to make me happy in whatever way he can.

    Im not sure what could have happened, maybe scared of commitment? as he`s never had a commitment ever before, I was his first girlfriend and with every job he`s ever held he`d only keep it for a few months and then quit....

    I think you've answered your own question

    I'm sorry that happened though, sounds pretty out of the blue!

    But you're clearly better off without him..if he was making it official only 2 weeks ago and now has ended it. It's his loss!

    Sorry again! Don't over-analyse it though as it'll only drive you mad and he may not even really know what's going on in his own head let alone!

    I think it's best that he ended it now than to waste years of your time.

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