He's not cheating (I doubt it anyway) and he doesn't want to leave you. He has major issues around self worth. You should break it off and tell him to get help.
Sounds like he's either done something or is afraid he'll do something to let you down.
It is a mixed message, and mixed messages are always a bad sign. Does he want to be with you or not? That is the question. I think not.
That's usually a bad sign, and it means that he either thinks that you are in fact better than him for something he's not letting on or he might want to end it without hurting you - so he's buttering you up first. I could be totally wrong on this front but I'd remain cautious. It could be harmless, or it could mean something.
I dated a girl with an inferiority complex before, and she just kept trying to break it up because she felt that I was "too good" for her. She'd distance herself, then say similar things, and generally do self-destructive things to push the relationship apart. He might need serious help to deal with some kind of past traumas or something. Maybe, abandonment issues? I'm not sure but it's not a sign of a strong relationship. You need to view yourselves as equals for any kind of healthy growth to occur.
If your stuck asking yourself these questions,he wasnt worth your time. Its obviouse that he was only up to no good. Girl respect yourself and find something worth sinkin your claws into! Sry Im just a man hater sometimes and hate when guys tell you one thing and do another. The L word just comes shooting out of some peoples mouths too easily without them ever really knowing the true meaning.
It could mean a lot of things, but generally when someone says something like that it means that they aren't interested in you and they are trying to be nice about it.
Ah ok, but he could have been a man about it and let you know
I know how you feel. The truth may hurt but at least it's the truth. Maybe he's too scared to face it.
Maybe it's geared more toward how the other girl is
it means he did what he set out to do have you thinking about him
he's conflicted just ask him directly whats up
I'm not sure what to tell you about that. it sounds like it would be best to meet face to face that way you can tell if he's hiding something from you
I think he was trying to play the "'it's not you it's me" card.
He may be trying to tell you something.
Maybe that he intends on breaking up..
I'm not sure.. it could just mean he thinks you're out of his league.. but whenever I've been told this.. guys just walk out on me.
It isn't fun.