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    I went out with my first boyfriend when i was 14 and he was 15. We were together for 9 months but i broke it off because he was being too serious. It was an amicable break up with a few tears on both sides. That was three years ago and apart from a few texts I hadn't heard from him much until last night. It was at a friends 18th and he came bounding over to say hello and we spent the night talking and just hanging out. I didn't realise how much i missed him and I've been thinking about him constantly, which is distracting :/. He texted me this morning saying how nice it had been to see me and we've been chatting most of today as if we'd been speaking everyday for the last 3 years. Should we give it another go now we're older and wiser?

    Any advice welcome...
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    well....it never works ... but I always do it against trends.
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    (Original post by BringMeSunshine93)
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    I went out with my first boyfriend when i was 14 and he was 15. We were together for 9 months but i broke it off because he was being too serious. It was an amicable break up with a few tears on both sides. That was three years ago and apart from a few texts I hadn't heard from him much until last night. It was at a friends 18th and he came bounding over to say hello and we spent the night talking and just hanging out. I didn't realise how much i missed him and I've been thinking about him constantly, which is distracting :/. He texted me this morning saying how nice it had been to see me and we've been chatting most of today as if we'd been speaking everyday for the last 3 years. Should we give it another go now we're older and wiser?

    Any advice welcome...

    I say go for it!

    You got on well when you went out, broke up amicably, stayed friends (which is an amazing thing to do btw), and are still getting on now!

    You also now have the benefit of experience behind you.

    Give it a shot - just make sure he feels the same as you do before leaping in!
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    I suggest go for it. With the new maturity and with both of you having had lived your separate lives for three years, maybe it's time to reunite again?
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    Thank's guys we're going to meet up soon but I'll leave it to him to make the first move because he's a sensitive one xx
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    I was in your situation once, I totally ballsed it up with some other girl. Give it a go but only if you're 100% sure.
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    if it didnt work the first time why would it work again?
    thats what i go by

    move on and find someone better


    but i dont know... in your situation maybe go on a date and see what happens?
 
 
 
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