MySgMyLuv said: And most important why doesn't he have these same feelings?
My experience has been that this is the most important thing, reciprocity. While it is better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all (they say), it is obviously not "The One" when this happens. Reciprocity, if it isn't there it isn't. Letting him/her go will either enable you to move on, or it will have the other realize the change (you having really let it go rather than the game of letting it go) to adjust their behavior towards attending to you, or not. Believe me I am not one to give relationship advice because I haven't ever had a healthy one, but reciprocity seems key for what it is worth.
Yes, I totally understand this and I have had this happen to me before one time where an ex-boyfriend fell in love with another woman and it hurt but I knew that was it and I moved on but this case is different what I really meant to say is I know he has something for me I just don't understand the degree of it, if that makes sense.
I know this is difficult because I am not opening up with all the facts to better understand the situation but I can't really do this.
All I really want to know is the answer to the original question so I can reflect on it and see what I can come up with and whatever happens , happens from there.