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    I stayed over at my boyfriend's last night, and ever since I got home this morning I keep bursting into tears for no reason every time I think of something as stupid as I'm not going to be waking up next to him tomorrow. Am I just tired or is there something seriously wrong with me? I've never been like this before, and we've been going out for a year! Please help.
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    Sounds like you're just hormonal. or tired, or both. I doubt it's linked to your boyfriend really. Are you feeling insecure for some reason in your relationship at the moment? Get lots of sleep and I'm sure you'll feel fine in a day or so.
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    Sounds like you're just hormonal. or tired, or both. I doubt it's linked to your boyfriend really. Are you feeling insecure for some reason in your relationship at the moment? Get lots of sleep and I'm sure you'll feel fine in a day or so.
    Well a couple of weeks he did just spring on me that he wants to break up before we head off to university(I very much diasgree), so insecure over that possibly?! We did also talk about that briefly last night. It's also slightly worrying as I have 10 exams next week, so I need to get over this and revise otherwise I'm not going to meet my 3A's for uni!
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    The fact that he's considering a break up coupled with the fact you probably had a nice evening with your boyfriend, is going to make you think that it's not going to be happening anymore, which is most likely to be the reason you're upset....The icing on the cake is that you have exams....nasty situation...I wish you the best of luck though in your exams, and hopefully, maybe, you can sort something out with your boyfriend...Sunny
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    Well a couple of weeks he did just spring on me that he wants to break up before we head off to university(I very much diasgree), so insecure over that possibly?! We did also talk about that briefly last night. It's also slightly worrying as I have 10 exams next week, so I need to get over this and revise otherwise I'm not going to meet my 3A's for uni!
    Ahah, I see. Well that could well be part of the cause then! I think loads of people are having this debate at the moment (see other threads on here about that very thing), but whatever happens you can't let it muck up what you've got now. Just because your boyfriend suggested that (and sounds like he was a bit tactless with it) it doesn't mean he's gone off you or in fact that anything's changed. It's just your circumstances that will change, and you should just take things as they come.

    Anyway, you can deal with all that (what fun!) once you've got these exams over with. Get down to work, or you'll regret it later. I guess you already know that. If the whole thing is really putting you off that much perhaps tell your boyfriend it's making you feel rather insecure, and hopefully he'll give you some words of reassurance. However, if you bring it up be very careful as you risk starting an argument that will do more harm than good in terms of easing your mind for exams!
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    The fact that he's considering a break up coupled with the fact you probably had a nice evening with your boyfriend, is going to make you think that it's not going to be happening anymore, which is most likely to be the reason you're upset....The icing on the cake is that you have exams....nasty situation...I wish you the best of luck though in your exams, and hopefully, maybe, you can sort something out with your boyfriend...Sunny
    Thank you Hopefully he'll change his mind about the uni situation, but until then I suppose all I can do is try to forget about it all and work to do well in these exams.
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    Ahah, I see. Well that could well be part of the cause then! I think loads of people are having this debate at the moment (see other threads on here about that very thing), but whatever happens you can't let it muck up what you've got now. Just because your boyfriend suggested that (and sounds like he was a bit tactless with it) it doesn't mean he's gone off you or in fact that anything's changed. It's just your circumstances that will change, and you should just take things as they come.

    Anyway, you can deal with all that (what fun!) once you've got these exams over with. Get down to work, or you'll regret it later. I guess you already know that. If the whole thing is really putting you off that much perhaps tell your boyfriend it's making you feel rather insecure, and hopefully he'll give you some words of reassurance. However, if you bring it up be very careful as you risk starting an argument that will do more harm than good in terms of easing your mind for exams!
    Thank you for all your advice It may also be partly because I hadn't seen him in about 5 weeks. :confused: I think I've got to do as well as I can in my exams and push this all to the back of my mind until then. We can discuss it again then I suppose, not that I think it'll resolve anything. I think I'm just overly tired because of my exams, which is making me feel even more upset over things than I usually would be. The other thing that's beginning to annoy me too is that he's going away for a month over the summer too, so I'm really counting down the time until the end.
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    hmm sounds a bit weird. maybe you're getting too attached? i guess you just have to prepare yourself emotionally in case he does want to split up before uni.
 
 
 
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