Going through a break up really can be a difficult transition to experience and accept. It sounds like things between the two of you ended before you were ready, so we understand why you would feel let down or even a bit devastated by what happened. We know that you might be feeling a mix of sadness, rejection, and heart ache, but please remember that you can move on and get passed these feelings.
You really are doing yourself such a huge favor by opening up and expressing the feelings you've got inside of you. We know how difficult this can be, so you really can feel good about yourself for this.
It sounds like he has been holding pretty firm in his stance of the two of you being separated from each other. What you been doing to cope with your feelings? It sounds like the urges to call and text him are really strong right now and you are having a real rough time fighting the temptation to do so. By having coping strategies in place, resisting these urges really becomes much more manageable for you. For example, whenever you feel like texting him you could always go for a jog, listen to music, call a friend, or do anything else to busy yourself.
We know that you care about this guy, but honestly your feelings and urges to talk with him really seem like they are starting to wear you down- would you agree? Sometimes the best thing we can do is "protect ourselves from ourselves"- by this, we mean not allowing yourself to put yourself into a position where acting on these urges is possible. The old phrase "out of sight, out of mind" really does hold some truth to it.
If you were to take him out of your phone, off of your Facebook, or do anything else to minimize your chances of communication with him, you might be surprised how relieving it is to distance yourself from the stressful relationship. Your feelings are causing your stress, but the feelings are felt for him- he is what is causing the stress. By taking steps to distance yourself from the causes of your stress you could really do yourself a huge favor.
What have you done to try and move on? Friends are a great source of support and encouragement when we need them. You could go out with some friends, start talking to some other guys, and begin to move away from this guy and your feelings for him. We aren't saying that you should go out and start dating somebody else right away.
What we are saying is that going out, speaking with some other people, and reminding yourself that other guys really can make you happy just like he did can really go a long ways towards helping you feel better. We don't doubt that he is a nice guy, but he definitely isn't the only worthwhile and quality guy out there for you.
Here is a link about break ups that could help you think about some things right now: