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    Hi, looking for some advice, anything would help right now.

    My boyfriend has moved away to uni (second year) so by now I should be used to it... But I'm really not. I miss him even more than I did and I feel like I'm going to ruin the relationship because I am constantly sad. I don't want to ruin his time at uni and I don't want him to start getting fed up of me...

    We've been together 3 1/2 years but I feel like I need someone who is near,

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    Tell him?

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    am i mean if i tell u to get a new one?
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    (Original post by Rhaenys10)
    am i mean if i tell u to get a new one?
    You make it sound like she's gonna go out and get a new pair of shoes
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    (Original post by TSR Mustafa)
    You make it sound like she's gonna go out and get a new pair of shoes
    you got me
    idk long distance relationships suck, but she's already been with him like this for quite a long time soo
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    (Original post by Rhaenys10)
    you got me
    idk long distance relationships suck, but she's already been with him like this for quite a long time soo
    Yeah i have no experience whatsoever with this , im just here to annoy people.
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    (Original post by SMEGGGY)
    Tell him?

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    He knows but he just thinks it will work, he has a new life at uni and stuff to distract him... I dedicate my weekends to see him... Just don't know what else I can do
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    (Original post by littlexox)
    He knows but he just thinks it will work, he has a new life at uni and stuff to distract him... I dedicate my weekends to see him... Just don't know what else I can do
    i think it's a bit unfair
    you just said you dedicate your weekends to seeing him
    what's he doing? having fun at uni and also keeping the sweet gf at home
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    i could also be completely wrong
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    (Original post by Rhaenys10)
    i think it's a bit unfair
    you just said you dedicate your weekends to seeing him
    what's he doing? having fun at uni and also keeping the sweet gf at home
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    i could also be completely wrong
    No, he is having fun in the week I guess but he's at uni to do that. I feel like I am letting him down because I want him to be home, :/
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    (Original post by littlexox)
    No, he is having fun in the week I guess but he's at uni to do that. I feel like I am letting him down because I want him to be home, :/
    and is he affected at all by the situation?
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    (Original post by Rhaenys10)
    and is he affected at all by the situation?
    Initially, but he settles and is fine
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    Why dont you move to his place, if love is so strong.
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    Love yourself and spend time on your own. Let him miss you
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    (Original post by agrew)
    Why dont you move to his place, if love is so strong.
    I'm at a different uni living at home :/ trust me I'd love to do that
 
 
 
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