Sounds to me like he did think you were a great girl, but his life isn’t set up right now to have you (the person that you are) in his life. Much of an executive’s workday is spent asking others for information—requesting status updates from a team leader, for example, or questioning a counterpart in a tense negotiation.
And I believe that he probably meant what he said when he introduced you to his friends and talked about how much he liked you.
Even still, for guys, a relationship needs to fit into his life well.
The amount of vulnerability and trust each person brings to the relationship is typically what gives it depth.
When we expose our self, our vulnerabilities and let someone see us as we are, it creates a deeper bond within you to the other person.
I was seeing a guy for the past 2 months and everything was going really well.
He told me how much he liked me, how lucky he felt to be with me and how he really thought this could be something.
When the guy exposes himself to you, that is a moment where his bond to you increases.
Just something to think about because typically speaking, when both people show a lot of themselves to each other, there is a deeper bond and the other person doesn’t typically up and leave out of the blue.
With that said, the impression I got is that you both really do like each other as people, but maybe you don’t know all that much about his life and who he really is, who he was… When you aren’t bonded on the deeper stuff, things can dissolve if you aren’t with each other for an extended period of time…
it’s the deeper moments that stick with a person, not the surface level “butterflies”.
He also introduced me to his friends about two weeks ago and told me that I’m the first girl in the past two years that he’s introduced them to.