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    Okay well, I've had boyfriends before and I get bored despite how much I like them at the beginning I always just get fed up and realise how much fun it is to be single.
    I'm 5'3, 17 and bisexual and I'm not really ugly or anything but I don't know it's like I enjoy actually speaking to someone and the build up is what I enjoy the most, it's the most exciting; so anything after that is just an anti-climax.

    I don't know,maybe it's just me??
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    Sounds like me tbh, and I wholeheartedly acknowledge that I have commitment issues.
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    Don't worry when I got in a relationship I was missing being single, Its not that I have commitment issues but I got bored of being in a relationship and it was too much effort for me. It happens though some people do things about it and others just continue on the relationship and see what happens and if it gets better. Maybe just think carefully of what you want.
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    What does being 5'3 have to do with this?
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    You're 17, still young. So I say just have fun (safely ofc) and don't worry about if you may or may not have commitment issues just yet. It's not a requirement to have a serious relationship at any point in your life. Just let it happen when it happens.
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    (Original post by FranktheYank)
    What does being 5'3 have to do with this?
    Tall people don't have commitment issues.
 
 
 
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