Getting together after breakup caused by commitment issues

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    Jana

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    Hi!
    Love your wise videos! You already did some videos about commitment issues, but none of them was about getting together after breakup.
    For us,everything was great, he really showed his interest in me, but as the relationship (which he iniciated) started escalating, he plainly said he liked everything about me, but there was just no love. Is there a chance that he will miss me? Or even want to come back?
    I didnt push him into anything in any way, that would be the last thing on my mind,after all, in my opinion everything went smoothly (he hasnt complained either). So, is there a chance that he just got scared and there is still a chance? We dated for like 7 months.
    To Me, it sounds like fear of commitment, he is 26 by the way.
    Thank you, have a nice day!

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    Luke
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    Hi Jana,

    Thank you for your kind words about the videos.

    Yes, there is a chance that he will miss you. He was with you for 7 months which is a relatively long period of time.

    He is bound to miss some of the elements of that relationship as time goes on.

    However, if he told you that he liked everything about you but there was just no love, it is unlikely that he would want to come back.

    He already gave the relationship 7 months, which is more than enough time for love to develop and it never did for him.

    Thereby, in his mind, coming back to you would be more of the same.

    It is unlikely that he just got scared.

    He gave the relationship 7 months. He was probably hoping that at some point in time, he would feel love.

    However, once he reached 7 months and was still not experiencing love for you, he figured that there would be no point in waiting for several more months.

    It is unlikely that there will be another chance with him, not after he gave the relationship 7 months.

    It is unlikely that his behavior was caused by a fear of commitment. He did commit to a relationship with you for 7 months. He wouldn’t have lasted that long if he had a fear of commitment.

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