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I suggest you tell him politely that you had made plans based on being with him and resent the last minute change, that if he can't make a reliable plan you will make your own plans and he can call and if you happen to be free you will join him. Never make someone a priority in your life when they see you only as an option.
And don't tell him what else you might do if he flakes, if he's not interested in keeping plans with you, then he's got no right to know where you ended up. Similarly, if something *really* earthshaking/urgent happened to a friend (or me), such as a parent or spouse dying (or God forbid a child), I might break a date to be there for them.When you meet the right guy you won't have all of these questions and concerns, it will just feel right. If it's meant to be he'll come back for you, if not hold your head up high and move on without all the drama, after all it's only been a week. Talk to him casually if he calls, act like it wasnt a big deal and let it go but don't initiate any more solid plans with him.There are two types of relationships: the kind people MAKE work, and the kind that are meant to be. Look at him as a casual aquaintance and absolutely get back on the market - you did say he's changed a little lately so now you change a little too. If you can't talk to him or be around him without wanting more, than cut him off completely, as you're well being is most important.You'll be able to decide what to do next with this guy based on his reaction. Unfortunately, I've found from personal experiences if in the beginning of getting to know someone new they can be that unthoughtful when they should be on their "best" behavior and wanting to impress you, if you continue to get to know them, be prepared for their "unthoughtfulness" to only multiply. I wouldn't hold a male friend to any different standards than I would a girlfriend.If one of my girlfriends was constantly cancelling plans on me, I'd find it annoying and ditch her.