Get him to pay your cell bill and SASHAY!
The *only* person who is going to sort him out is himself. It doesn’t matter how he got there and it doesn’t matter whose fault it is and he is the only one who knows the reason why he is there in the first place. It’s one thing to say to each other that we aren’t getting on; it’s open admittance, acceptance and it can be either one of you or the both of you. But it’s another thing to state the feeling of being disconnected.<br />
Tell him you will work through it with him and that you will give him your full support, but if his only input into what is wrong is that he says he is disconnected and with no dialogue other than this, then I would say leave him to it.<br />
Just my take … :-)<br />
Review the last few days or months of your relationship and try and decipher what has changed with you. If nothing else, than he has been the one pulling and is looking for an excuse.
Does he feel you are disconnected from him?<br />
You cannot do anything about his own feelings, do not allow yourself to be diminished by him. If he's not "that into you" or as he says disconnected, let him know you need to move on.
Mybe it should be "What can HE do?"
break up while you still can