We broke up due to distance about 2 or 3 months ago, well, he did… But he wasn’t just a boyfriend he was a best friend and a brother. So I live 1200 miles away and he contacts every day. For most days we just talk about our days and funny moments in our relaionship. Some days he pours his problems out to me…
Your relationship is still intimate even though there may not be any more sexual encounters. If you are trying to get this man out of your heart, this is not the path to pursue.
He does it because he sees you as just a friend..as HE was the one who broke it off. YOU still have your heart strings attached and as I said..this will not help you get to where he is in this relationship.
If he was your best friend/brother and if he broke up with you he thinks the two of you are best friends/very very close
Either that or he simply friend zoned you
Because he finds comfort from you. Apparently you feel for him as well. Sounds like a very close, comfortable relationship. Perhaps you both need to reconsider where you both are, and what it is you both would like in life……..♥♥
such particularly a number of there myths are alongside that vein that I quite think of they do. there are distinctive “sayings”: “permit pass and permit God.” “supply it to God.” “Pray for coaching.” etc It from time to time reasons a worldview conflict. Christians believe in abject obedience of their God and which could often bleed into looking forward to abject obedience via particular communities, like babies in a school room case in point. the babies of atheists, pagans, Buddhists, and different nonAbrahamic faiths are in many situations taught to think of heavily and are allowed to ask questions of instructors. the version in expectancies can from time to time make a nonChristian toddler seem to have authority subject concerns to a instructor who expects abject obedience.
That’s what best friends do.
Because you let him
he still loves you and trusts you.