I think I speak for many women when I say many of them have been through this before: you meet an interesting guy, and you actually want to see how far it will go. So, you go out on fun dates, and the chemistry feels right.
It's obvious - there's a connection between the two of you, and you want to nurture it. Over time, you get so comfortable with each other that part of you believes that he might actually be 'the one'.
You can now see yourself spending the rest of your lives together.
But then the unexpected happens - he simply disappears from your life, just when you were starting to think that things were getting serious.
Rather than reciprocate your feelings for him, he leaves. He simply walks out on the life you could have built together. He forgets everything you have built together so far.
You were happy and content, you felt safe and secure. But now that he is gone, you are broken, frustrated and even depressed.
His failure to commit to you is weighing heavily on you. And what makes it worse is that you have to bear this cross on your own. All along, you worked together as a team, but now you have to deal with the worst that could have happen all alone. The pain and disappointment are all you have left.
Unfortunately, this happens pretty regularly. The moment you decide that you to show the guy who you really are, he decides to show you his true intentions; and they are not good at all.
Just when you have become vulnerable, he leaves because he cannot be vulnerable with you. You let your guard down, and he responds by becoming more guarded.
This is a sad reality you have to handle from time to time.
But you are still justified in your feelings of anger, as well as the urge to go up to him and confront him about it. However, as thoughtless as he was with you, don't act on such reckless impulses.
The last thing you want is to give him more attention than he deserves after what he has put you through. Such behavior will only make you look pathetic in his eyes. It will make you look sad, and that makes you feel like a weak woman, and he will feel that he did the right thing by leaving.
What you should do instead is be strong and walk away from the relationship and any attachment you have to it as well. Don't beg for him or his attention, because he is not worth your time and energy anyway.
He is weak and he is a coward, and hardly worth a minute of your time. He never acted like he gives a damn about you, and you should dump him.
If he is all about looking macho and cool, and doesn't want to be vulnerable with you, then you should not be vulnerable with him as well.
He never deserved you or anything you have to offer. So, walk away and forget all about him. You deserve better. So much better.