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    So, my situation summed up quickly:
    I have been with my girlfriend for over a year now and it's a pretty deep set relationship. She has depression and quite bad anxiety. She's the year below me (in year 12) but I'm taking a gap year so we will both be going to Uni at the same time. Her issues make it very difficult for us to be away from each over as, despite being given anti-depressants and counselling, she still struggles a lot. Only made worse by not seeing each over.

    I am all for staying together, if we haven't broken up, by the time Uni comes. However, I don't know how realistic that is. If her issues haven't been made better by that time... it's gonna be really hard.

    So, are any of you in a similar situation or can offer me any advice? What are you going to do with your partner when uni comes?
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