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    Feels kinda weird posting this but I need some advice.
    I recently found out that a guy I know likes me. A part of me is attracted to him aswell. But is it wrong to start a relationship knowing I'll be at uni in september? He is also a player type of guy. I feel like if we did date, and then I had to break it off, I'd be playing with his feelings.
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    if he's a playa type, surely any relatioship with him will be short term?
    just go on a few dates, nothing intense or heavy. the worst that can happen when you go uni is you have made a good friend!but if you seriously think you will fall in awfully love with him, dont go there!
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    I don't think there is any problem with it as long as you both know from the start that it won't last. If you spell it out to him that don't have any longterm commitments and he's ok with that, then what's the problem?
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    I have a similar problem in a thread not far below this one...only, more complex... Go with your gut...If you're like me, then you're not asking for advice...You're asking for assurance
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    surely love life is not good when the school year is about to end, sometimes u get a pressured feelings because both of you are gonna go aparat or whatever.. i made the same mistake to a woman.. realized that my feelings for her was wrong.. and yeah, it hurt her a lot... thats why im staying off relationships right now.. (too afraid to hurt a woman again)
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    (Original post by ~*PinkTeaCozy*~)
    If you're like me, then you're not asking for advice...You're asking for assurance
    Yeah, I guess I am. Only because I've never really had great relationships. Also my male friends are queuing up to murder the guy if he hurts me.
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    Personally, I'd go for it if you want to. Putting aside that most teenage relationships don't last two and a bit months anyway, you can work out the details when you are leaving and decide whether it's emotionally worth continuing it or whatever.
 
 
 
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