Our expert says:
Fro the sound of it, even if he felt he had good reasons for the brwakup, he is still fond of you. Maybe ambivalent. But you're right, that it is important for a door to be either open or shut, and if the relationship is over, he must recognize that you are free to have any other relationship that may please you. Maybe you do need to have a longer discussion with him, and at least demand that he make up his mond as to whether he wants to revive this relationship ( and then you'll have to decide whether that would be acceptable to you ) and to see the relationship proceed towards marriage ; or whether he wants to end it, and have each of you move on and form other happy relationships. He can't have it both ways
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