I’m not the typical “guy” who posts shirtless pictures of himself on dating sites or sends unsolicited pictures of his genitals to random women.

One of our mutual friends who has known him longer says he is scared and lonely and hiding behind the security of social media. If I were the dumper, I'd move on and try to forget about the dumpee. I mean, they're adults, and they don't even know their own feelings.

It seems kind of silly to keep up with someone if you're not interested. You are enabling him by allowing him to remain on your facebook. He was hurt in the past, and became scared to take the relationship to the next level. However, that does not mean he didn't have (or does not) have feelings for you. If you want to be through with him, do not enable him by allowing him access through social media. I suspect I lean towards emotionally unavailable men. This guy clearly is ambivalent, confused, uncertain - WHATEVER. But here's another relevant question: What do you WANT from this guy? Just shy of two months ago, my ex, who I dated for 6 months, told me he felt something was "missing." He was hurt badly by an ex-wife who cheated several years ago and said he is scared of relationships.

While I have initially met my girlfriend on , she was not far from the top of my matches on my Ok Cupid.

She maintained a similar-looking profile on both POF and Ok Cupid and her survey results were pretty indistinguishable from her views on life after we met.

Just shy of two months ago, my ex, who I dated for 6 months, told me he felt something was "missing." He was hurt badly by an ex-wife who cheated several years ago and said he is scared of relationships.

I think he bailed when our relationship was about to get more serious.

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We traveled to Europe together for a week earlier this year. Someone who forms strong attachments that quickly is likely to detach from the relationship just as quickly.