Well, from his behavior, it is obvious that he doesn't see you in that way and is feeling uncomfortable and avoiding you. The best thing you can do in this situation is to protect whatever dignity you have by responding to him in kind. If he is giving you the silent treatment, do the same to him. Take que from his behavior as to how to act with him. Treat him just the way he treats you. If he acts distant, then be distant yourself. This will let him know that you value yourself and your feelings, and will not just not lay down and accept unkind treatment from him. Instead of acting desperate, and showing how his behavior is hurting your feelings, if you play him at his game, it will earn you his respect, and he might even start to regret snubbing you
I don't know but he doesn't know what he's missing.
not much you can do. just be.
Find another guy and show him what he is missing. We all want what we can't have. <br />
Plus, it let's him know it's okay to still be your friend (if that's what you want).
It means he doesn't share those feelings. Either you scared him away. Or he likes you enough not to want to hurt you, but not enough to return you feelings. Either way, cut your losses and invest in tissues and chocolate for a few days. You'll be better off in the long wrong.
You scared him off.