I'm sure you will find an oppurtunity with the next little hissy fit you throw....<br />
It's all about HIS problem, right? He needs to find someone who makes him happy, and you need to find someone as perfect as you are.
a) leave it hanging in the air and never address the issue. b) call him a ***** c) walk up to him and say let's talk about this, so we at least have closure d) feel shameful and defeated. e) gain pride and shrug it off.
many men are not emotionally available and can't talk. 'coward' is not an appropriate term. Just as it's innappropriate for a man to call a women "too emotional/chatty". It would be a good idea to talk from the perspective of many females, what would benifit him if he was more open? Maybe there was some trama in his life that make him that way. Should it be held against him? That's your choice.<br />
Also maybe you are just too needy to 'connect' on a talking level. No one is perfect and finding the balance of what people need is difficult.
I'd tell him DURING the break-up. And that would be why.
I believe you should just tell him...o,o...it's about respect, love, and trust right? o,O if so then just tell him...gently...
give him little hints of what he's doing wrong. If he cant learn, then break up. <br />
Someone once told me that guys cant learn new tricks unless 1) they were born perfect or 2) if a life changing event happens
get a room you two!
TELL HIM BEFORE YOU BREAK UP SO THAT HE WILL KNOW AND HE CAN EXPLAIN WHY HE IS ACTING LIKE THAT...<br />
READ THIS BOOK ENTITLED " INFINITE LOVE BY: MARTIN LORETO...SURE CAN HELP YOU...:)