You have only been dating 2 weeks. It is a long distance relationship. When you question him, he lashes out.Looking at the things you've told us, I think you need to realize, the chance of this working is not really good. Look, summer love is great. It's exciting and fun and thrilling and romantic. but then...summer is over. People have to go back to their real lives, their commitments, their school, their friends. And as much as they might really like the person they had this great connection with during the "summer love" phase, they are now having to deal with their classes and work and what ever else they have going on. And you don't have much to have as a foundation, you've only just met. I know you think you are in love with him, but given how little time you've spent together, I think you may look back on this and realize it was an infatuation. And it is possible he is realizing the same thing. And losing a guy that you were infatuated with, and had a wonderful summer fling with, hurts. I'm not going to lie to you. I had some summer flings myself. And when they are over, it sucks.So in answer to your question...what can you do? The answer is not one you're going to want to hear, but there is nothing you can do. If he is losing interest, he is losing interest. You can't control that.You are good enough. But you can't compete with the distractions he has in his face at home. AND...might I say, I really don't like the fact that when you tried to talk to him about your feelings he lashed out. That is not cool. You've barely been together a couple weeks and he is already taking you for granted, and treating you badly. So...maybe, for your peace of mind, for your self esteem it might be good if you ended it.I'm going to tell you a secret. Nobody ever tells you this, but its true. It hurts less if you are the one who leaves. Even if you like them more then they like you, if you leave them...you'll get over it quicker, because you were in the drivers seat and that gives you power. So...just a thought.I'm sorry this is happening to you. It totally sucks. But take control of your feelings and be strong. If he's a dick to you on the phone, then break it off. You deserve to be treated with respect. He should be the one who is worried if you are going to be leaving.