About three months ago my boyfriend broke up with me after we had been together for 9 months. He is a Christian and a wonderful guy. We parted on good terms and remained friends, even though it's taken me longer to heal. It was nothing he did, and he told me straight up that it was nothing I did that prompted him to make the decision. I suppose he just had doubts if I was really the one God intended for him. On the other hand, I never heard God give me a resounding answer that he was or wasn't the one for me. I didn't want the relationship to end and was willing to fight for it, but he said he wasn't at the same level of commitment that I was at, and I respected his decision. It's still hard for me sometimes, but things were getting better for me emotionally and spiritually as I began the healing process. A few weeks ago, he started getting a bit more physical than usual since we broke up (hugging, touching and looking at me the same way he did when we were together.) Maybe I'm just imagining it, but the way he's been acting around me is really confusing. He's the one who broke up with me because he didn't see the relationship ending in marriage. I still care very deeply for him and I have no doubt he cares for me, but his actions and words have put me in a state of foolish hopefullness, making me half expect that our relationship can and might start again. I haven't confronted him about this yet for three main reasons. First, we both have busy work lives and we are both involved in the same church and Christian campus organization which keeps us occupied socially with our mutual friends. Second, a part of me wants to wait to see if he'll open up and talk to me about it and confirm what I think about the situation. Third, I'm terrified of being rejected again by this man I care so much about. I have prayed about it and I continue to pray for him, but I still don't know what to do. I'm confused and scared because everything is so up in the air right now. It's putting a lot of tension on my heart. Our break up situation was so unique because there was nothing to demonize in the relationship, and I've searched for answers without luck because of it. Maybe you can offer a new perspective for me? If not, I just ask that you pray for me and for him so we can have peace concerning this matter.