What should I do about my boyfriend before going to Uni? :(

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So before I start, you know the cliche, I love my boyfriend to pieces, I really do. I am in love with him. We have been together for 2 and a half years, we started off as friends for a couple of weeks and that bloomed- which I adored because everything was a surprise. We have been through every issue a couple could go through together and still come out like two peas in a pod. There's been some very rocky parts, but mainly amazing ones, filled of memories from holidays, college, and just goofing around.

He's very mature, has a stable job- had the same one for years, is already in University, has his own hobbies too.

He's going to live in a house with friends in September and I'm going to live in halls- we'll only be about an hour away from each other- and it's not massively expensive to visit each other.

But I'm worried. not that he'll cheat, but that I don't know where the relationship is going, I'm just not sure where his head is at

I can't bring this up in conversation because everything has been going oh so well for the past few months and we've had future plans before which didn't work out and has started arguments in the past.

I can't really imagine a life without him anymore, I've been in a lot of relationships, thought I was in love, but when it's real, you just know and you can't walk away.

It's just we've already been together for 2 and a half years and in the past he has wanted to move in together but obviously money was an issue when I was younger. But now that he's going to live with friends, I'm not sure if I should be waiting 3 (maybe 4 if I want to do my masters) to maybe live with him. I just wish he would give me an indication on where the future is going

I don't really know what my intention of this post was- I guess just stranger's opinions? What do you think I should do? Break up with him? See how things take their course? Have you been in the same situation? What happened?

Thanks guys
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Every issue except cheating!
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I can't understand why you are even thinking of breaking up with him if things are so perfect? Obviously you know all relationships go through rocky patches so no need to be concerned there. You answer you're own question really, you should just let things pan out. Its way to early to be thinking about moving in together. See what happens, dont over think or over analyse. Good luck
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Seriously? Things are going "oh so perfect" and your first solution to the two of you living half an hour apart is to break up with him?? If I didn't see this with my eyes I would never have believed this.
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Just go with the flow you'd still be able to see one another and you've been together for ages, you've nothing to break up over.

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(Original post by HexBugMaster)
Seriously? Things are going "oh so perfect" and your first solution to the two of you living half an hour apart is to break up with him?? If I didn't see this with my eyes I would never have believed this.
An hour apart actually, I guess you won't understand because I haven't explained the full details
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Just go with the flow you'd still be able to see one another and you've been together for ages, you've nothing to break up over.

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Thank you for being kind
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I'd been with my boyfriend for 2 and a half years before going to uni 2 hours away. Now we're on 4 years.
If you love him that much, you'll try to make it work. There's no reason to break up a good relationship - try it out. If long distance doesn't work then at least you know you tried.


You should look at this thread: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...04204&page=694
It's a really good thread to be a part of when you're at uni.
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