Our expert says:
So he is 29, but behaving like 14 ? Also, I think there should be jail time for anyone who seeks to excuse their behaviour for any reason to do with the myth of "soul-mates".
And breaking up by SMS is cowardly and thoroughly bad manners.
He sounds pathetically childish, rather consistently. Maybe part of this is the problem of having committed to each other naively and far too soon, before either of you had any real experience of the world and of other people.
As Maria says, though it may take tyou a while to recognize this, you are better off without this ungrateful leech. I agree that you should urgently discuss this with all your mutual friends, and get them to push him to pay his normal share of the rent for at least 6 months so you can reasonably look for a smaller place for yourself, and share the care and expenses of the pets. If he is not prepared to be reasonable, consider consulting a lawyer to see if you have any cause for action against him.
And try to get this in proportion - its no disaster if he goes and offers his pathetic self to other girls - many would have the sense to refuse him, and few if any would put up with his demands for slave labour and unquestioning lurv. I also suspect that before long he'll find it unpleasant not to have someone to do all that you used to do for him, and may try to sneak back. If this happens, do NOT rush to accept him back, but take your time, with a counsellor's support if needs be, to review whether he truly adds any genuine value to your life
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