I think unless you have a history of being needy a lot of this comes from just being "alone" in a new place and having trouble transitioning. As an adult, it's a lot harder to make new friends and build quality friendships. What do you do. Go to a bar? Not hardly. So you are left feeling very isolated. I also figure that you probably feel like he brought you here and now he is leaving you alone with no money to move back. I can certainly understand that.
By him not wanting to do this any further are you faced with the problem of moving out or are you going to function separately in the same household. First of all I would suggest putting some emotional distance between you so you can move on. I know that is asking a lot. But he obviously is through so you have to have your best interest at heart. And that is find support. One option right now is to seek counseling. You would be surprised at the range of topics you can have with a counselor. Second try to find a support system by pursuing interests of your own. This can be anything from AA to a club for scrap booking (I don't know I'm making that up) but you get the drift. Move away from him emotionally and you may find outlets. As far as love, it didn't work out. Dust yourself off and move forward