LOL, this is your first time hearing about his feelings....lol, had you forgotten he had them? You speak of feelings like they just surface one day and then have to be delt with, he's had them since birth. I think there's a glitch in your thought process that you would refer to feelings this way, like they are so isolated, but he is odd too.
No way is two weeks enough time to determine if you should scrap a relationship and if commited, I couldn't imagine myself even considering a break up without discussing it with my partner first, waiting for a change, and then still considering all of my options if that change didn't materialize. I say consider all my options because it really could be me as in something I'm doing or a skewed perception I have of him that is causing our problems really.
Plainly put, a lot of time and thought should go into ending or not ending a relationship that has found itself on the brink. This guy must not be commited so in this case it is definitely him not you.
However, the day of a break up is no time to discuss feelings or what led to the splitting right then for the purpose of salvaging the relationahip anyway, maybe just to vent. It's most likely a combination of things that have divided both of the parties to the point that a mild smattering of clear discussion is simply too little too late.
When it comes to relationships, preventive precautions such as discussing our feelings, being considerate, and being attentive and anticipating our partner's wants and desires are in my opinion, the only ways to prevent a breakup because trying to patch a gaping wound that has festered with a band-aid is synonymous with what people try to do on the day of the breakup and it could never work.
The best way to deal with a break up is to: vent intitially if you need to and then try to split as amicably with the person as possible