Our expert says:
There could be many different reasons for this apparently puzzling behaviour. If anyone decides to end a relationship, they do owe it to the other person to at least calmly try to discuss and explain their decision. But many people can't work out how to do that or fear making a mess of it.
But fighting for someone to stay with you is never useful - if its needed, then they are not with you anyway. Let him go. If he returns, re-evaluate the possibility. If he has to be locked in to remain around you, he was never yours, whatever it seemed to be
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