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As for your scenario.... people don't forget that they like you. It is not necessary to remind him that you are still there. I have learned over the years that: people who want to be in my life, will be. Its not necessary for me to 'convince' them why they should want to. I am one to give benefit of the doubt more often than not - however, given the limited time invested here - and the very weak way he broke up with you - I'd say you dodged a bullet.
That said, men who know what they want are intentional and deliberate in taking steps to get it. He took an easy way out - it is better than just disappearing without a trace, but barely - you guys had been dating (online dating with Match.com) for a while - this says to me that he was less concerned about your feelings than he was about his in breaking up with you.
Secondly, WHEN a man knows what he wants, he will make a bee-line straight to it without prompting. You left the door open - he has to decide to go through. And you have to decide to move on regardless. Remember, what will be will be - live as though you will not see him again, because you may not. I suspect he is a bit ashamed of how poorly he handled it. He needs to mature some.
Ask yourself this - do I really want someone who didn't care or respect me enough to tell me it's over in person? Hon, you deserve better - chooose it..
Tonitoons hit the mark with her reply to your post. It would be wise to stop caring about a coward who is very selfish about hurting someone's feelings. Let him go and wallow - you having living to do...
What a drag. Sounds like you handled this relationship (thru Match.com) pretty well. I think you are forgetting that he asked to see you hometown and meet your family. If it was too fast too soon. It was his fault. I think you were really reasonable and open minded to give him some time to think. Him disappearing isn't cool. I agree that it was cowardly. .
Move on and find someone that deserves you..
Best of luck.
I agree. You shouldn't pursue him. He's the one that freaked out. He's the one who has to prove that he does want a relationship, not you. I think you need to put some effort into trying to meet others. If he comes around, you'll decide what to do then. Good luck..