Too intense dating
I was sad and one day when we woke up I acted a bit pushy.
Not too much, since I am quite rational, but I told him that I was feeling a little rejected lately.
I asked him (not begged) to reconsider in case it was just an impulse, and that I felt we should try. We woke up together and he suddenly told me that he wanted to break-up.
He replied that we shouldn't be speaking about "trying" after just a month and a half! I didn't break down, I just told him that if that was how he felt I couldn't do anything about it.
He said he had been feeling that the "spark" was gone and, although I was a wonderful woman and he really loved me, he just thought something essential was missing.
He then told me that he didn't want to hurt me later, so maybe it was a good idea to break up.
Suddenly, he started to take some distance from me.
Nothing too obvious, only some signs of disinterest.
We were meeting everyday, planning our vacations together, speaking about our troubles at job, planning to travel to his hometown to meet his parents...
I met a guy on an online dating web and we wrote each other on a daily basis for about 2 months. After a few dates, we fell in love madly, he started to come to my place every day and we started introducing each other to our friends and relatives.
He told me he had never felt this kind of connection before, and neither had I.
He said he really hoped to be friends and to be a part of my life.
We hugged and he was almost crying telling me that I was so wonderful and that he couldn't understand why he wasn't feeling the "spark" anymore.I told him to not feel guilty as I had been really happy with him and I did not regret a single thing. Later that day he sent me an e-mail saying that he had been thinking all day about me and he felt sad and guilty, that he felt everything was his fault and that I had been so kind to him, but he still thought he had made the right decision about our relationship.