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    This is going to be long and complicated.

    the circumstances:
    I'm in my last year of A Levels meanwhile my 2 year boyfriend is in his first year of university. We went to the same school in a different country so therefore it's a long distance relationship since the beginning of the school year. I got unconditional for his Uni and we signed a 1 year tenancy contract for next year so we will definitely live together and he is therefore very committed to our relationship. We visit each other every school break.
    So far so good.

    The problem:
    a few months ago he got to know this girl from his university course that he now considers his best friend. He thinks that she is pretty and he describes her as being very similar to himself because of a similar personality and background and therefore she can appearantly understand him deeply in a way that I can't because I'm very much the opposite of him. He says, after I asked, that he would never be able to date her because after
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    Best way is time.
    2nd best way is to realise this happens (similar) to us all.
    3rd best way is to recognise that we all change -- even you -- and it will affect others in your life. That's life.

    Not meaning to sound harsh.
 
 
 
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