He tried to end it last weekend, but cried. He then became rude and nasty with me. He would not kiss me but would have sex with me so I feel completely used. He can't forget what happened but I see it as irrelevant because I may not have even cheated. Also, if I had, it was very early into the relationship. It seemed to me that he really did just want to end it, and I can't believe he would do that considering he says he loves me.
Would he realise he should drop it if I ended the relationship with him? Would texting him and telling him that if he really wants to end it then just get it over and done with rather than have me waiting and worrying?
I do want him to reconsider because I do care for him. But I am afraid that if I end it with him now that the opposite result may happen and that he will never speak to me again because he thinks I don't want to be with him. Also, that I would not be able to take it back if I ended it.
Which way would be best to go in order to get him to realise he actually can get over something very insignificant? To ignore him and give him space, or to shock him by ending it?
Also, how can I get him to miss me when we are not speaking? I know it is silly, but would me being facebook active portraying I am happy make him want to get in contact with me?
I have already tried to speak to him and I have said I would do anything to make things better. I have also told him how sorry I am, and that it may not have even happened.
He does trust me, but he can't forget what I've done which makes him feel like he can't be with me.
So, do you suggest giving him the space, or messaging him to end it? Whichever one that will help me get him back is what I want to go along with.
What about the terms of the break? He said that if he has not messaged me during the week that on Saturday he will text and apologise to end it. So, if I leave it until the weekend it will already be over and I won't be able to mend things?