Our expert says:
He surely owes you a better explanation than that. Confrontation is an aggressive act too often, when it should be more carefully assertive. But its not wrong to tell him how you're feling, and what it is about the situation that bothers you. Something seems to have happened, apparently on his side. I doubt very much that it was anything you said that "lost" him - if we was so disturbed by your comments, he was probably lost already.
Don't catastrophize, as you are doing when you start thinking that nobody will ever love you - that's a highly negative and inaccurate assumption that doesn't help the situation at all.
Tonight be friendly and pleasant, and first see what he has to say, and respond to that ; and gently tell him you are puzzled that things seem to have changed between you and you dotn't understand why
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