I asked if everything was alright and he said mum, you don't need to know everything about me.
I am trying to get him to learn to talk but nothing is working with this boy.
Just because he's not talking to you or his now ex-GF's doesn't mean he isn't talking. He's a teenager, yes? He is probably very naturally becoming more independent of his family. He probably is talking to certain people of his own choosing.
I remember when my boy was little. He simply refused to walk. My daughters were walking as soon as their chubby baby legs could hold them up, but not my boy. Drove me nutty! I tried everything. No dice.
I had a friend who had 5 children. The youngest were a set of fraternal twins just a few years older than my boy. My friend offered to babysit so I could go out with DH. Lo and behold, my son met her daughter and was quite happy to hold her hand and walk all over their 3 story house, stairs and all. If I hadn't seen the video I would never have believed it.
Your son will talk when he has something to say and someone he wants to say it to.
I really liked my DD#2's former BF. They were together for a little over two years and he lived with us for a time when his family moved away and abandoned him. (They literally told him they were moving and, since he'd turned 18, they weren't taking him with them...3 days before they moved.) She broke up with him and he moved out at the end of last summer. I still miss him. He came to see me for Christmas, and we do keep in touch, but it's not the same. DD moved on to a new BF and is living with him. I'm not a fan, but I'm keeping my opinion to myself and hoping she doesn't get pregnant and/or marry him.
DD#1 has been living with her BF for over a year. They allegedly have plans to marry. They live out of state, so I didn't meet him until the came to visit for a few days this last Christmas. I adore this man! If they don't work out for some reason, I will be so bummed!