Boyfriend called it quits

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
My boyfriend has just ended our relationship after 2 years. He said that he was very down and couldnt handle making me cry or dragging me down with him although he still loved me. I was devestated and begged him not to end it but he just told me he couldnt handle a relationship at the moment and switched his phone off so i couldnt contact him.
I have not contacted him properly for 3 weeks but once a week i have to work with him. Every week he emails me at work asking how i am. He seems to get jealous when i talk to other guys and i often find him looking at me.He hasnt told anyone we have split up.I am trying to give him space and some of my friends think i should give up but i love him so much and am sure he loves me. Saying is hard seeing him once a week and my mother says i should cut all ties. Should i leave my job and stop all contact or should i stay where i am, give him time and hope he sorts out his head and realises he wants me back? Advice
Sorry you are in this situation.

My advice is to start seeing other guys. I wouldn't offer this advice except that your ex is refusing to talk to you. If you were talking I would suggest trying to work it out.

Seeing you going out with other guys might bring him back to the negotiation table. Once there you can explain to him that a relationship is not something that one person ends without plenty of discussion first and hopefully mutual agreement that it is the right thing to do.

Hope this ends well for you!

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