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    I feel like I've been with my boyfriend for ages. I still look forward to seeing him and whenever I get a phone call or text message I hope it's him. Our relationship just feels very comfortable right now and I am so used to being by myself but I have easily adapted to having to consider someone else.

    I just wonder if it's normal for the butterflies to disappear so quickly. I'm not even sure if they were there to begin with since we've been friends for so long. Like I don't feel nervous about anything with him. Kisses just happen naturally and all the things I was nervous about doing with other partners seem to be a walk in the park with him. Before I would run in the other direction when it came to discussing my feelings, but now I discuss how I feel openly and it is a big change. Over this past month I've learnt so much about myself alone.

    Is this how relationships are meant to be?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I feel like I've been with my boyfriend for ages. I still look forward to seeing him and whenever I get a phone call or text message I hope it's him. Our relationship just feels very comfortable right now and I am so used to being by myself but I have easily adapted to having to consider someone else.

    I just wonder if it's normal for the butterflies to disappear so quickly. I'm not even sure if they were there to begin with since we've been friends for so long. Like I don't feel nervous about anything with him. Kisses just happen naturally and all the things I was nervous about doing with other partners seem to be a walk in the park with him. Before I would run in the other direction when it came to discussing my feelings, but now I discuss how I feel openly and it is a big change. Over this past month I've learnt so much about myself alone.

    Is this how relationships are meant to be?
    Yes, nervousness normally goes away after a certain point. Comfort is a good thing.
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    Yes, nervousness normally goes away after a certain point. Comfort is a good thing.
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    I feel ya, I was never really nervous with my boyfriend as we were friends for a decent time before that too and I only really feel extreme emotions and butterflies and such when I don't see him for a while (perks of LDR). Comfort is definitely a good thing though!
 
 
 
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