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Your ex-boyfriend has experienced two of these, and as a result caused a shift in your relationship. If the joining of two people doesn’t encourage and grow one another then the relationship is going to have difficulty developing further.Realizing this doesn’t make the situation any easier especially when you receive what seems to be a contradictory message from the one you love and care for. It sounds like you’ve made quite an effort to stay in touch and pursue a relationship after he broke up with you. At this point, give him some space to get settled into his new home and job.
Currently I'm going through a breakup; I was with this man almost 4 years, and it was amazing most of the time—we were so connected to God in the beginning.
He broke up with me saying it's not the right time, and I know he has a lot on his plate…he's working at a job where it takes a lot of his time and his mom is very demanding of his time too.
That God can grow him to be equally yoked with you again? I just want you to also be prepared if he doesn’t come back. Matthew Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.”SEE ALSO: How to Respond to Unrequited Love Cliff Young, a contributing writer and a veteran single of many decades.
He has traveled the world in search of fresh experiences, serving opportunities, and the perfect woman (for him) and has found that his investments in God, career and youth ministry have paid off in priceless dividends.
I was there through the struggles when he played football; I was at every game recording them, and was there when he didn't really have his own and now he does.
Yesterday I asked if he loved me, and he said yes he loves me and that was the end of that. Do I give him the space and just keep hoping we'll find our way back?
He is showing you by his lack of communication, influences of his mother, changes in work, etc. This is a person who is not ready to grow with you in Christ at this point.
Yes, you can wait, pray and hope he does grow up and see you were the right person for him. Be careful as you wait that you do not manipulate him to take you back. Do I believe through prayer that he could come back to you?
For good or for bad, most men find their identity and purpose in their job and your ex-boyfriend probably needs some time to establish that identity along with making his new home his “castle.” At the same time, work on yourself apart from him.
Try to refrain from contacting him and allow God to show you the next step. SHE SAID: My first thought is that there appears to be a maturity issue going on.
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