Is it normal to miss your boyfriend?

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My boyfriend has gone away for 3 weeks and not seen him for 2 now. Can't stop thinking about him every single moment. Is that normal?
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Well this varies from case to case. Most importantly are you sure he is also missing you as much if not more? If yes, then I guess you are in a good spot. You should not really overthink but probably enjoy your time to the fullest while he is gone. When he is back you would be in another zone :-). But if the desires are not mutual, then there is something that needs to be done.
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My boyfriend has gone away for 3 weeks and not seen him for 2 now. Can't stop thinking about him every single moment. Is that normal?
Its been 2 months since I broke up with my ex, I was the one to end it.

We ended on good terms however, a month after I still missed her presence. I would have memories popup like how I hugged her, give little kisses on her cheek, how we had sex. Sometimes with sad music at 2AM I felt like punching my pillow and tell myself im so stupid, even though I knew I made the right choice.

It has been 2 months, I am over it now. The more you loved the person the longer this feeling you have lasts, at least for me. It will slowly fade, but hell, its such a long and painful process sometimes. In the end it will always fade, trust me it will.


A hotfix I found for this, is to start looking at others and not at your ex. The best way to get over someone is to start with another. Though I would say this is dogshit advice, it could mess with the new relationship. And obviously its not a good start for the new relationship either. Though in my experience its the most effective way.
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(Original post by joren yep)
Its been 2 months since I broke up with my ex, I was the one to end it.

We ended on good terms however, a month after I still missed her presence. I would have memories popup like how I hugged her, give little kisses on her cheek, how we had sex. Sometimes with sad music at 2AM I felt like punching my pillow and tell myself im so stupid, even though I knew I made the right choice.

It has been 2 months, I am over it now. The more you loved the person the longer this feeling you have lasts, at least for me. It will slowly fade, but hell, its such a long and painful process sometimes. In the end it will always fade, trust me it will.


A hotfix I found for this, is to start looking at others and not at your ex. The best way to get over someone is to start with another. Though I would say this is dogshit advice, it could mess with the new relationship. And obviously its not a good start for the new relationship either. Though in my experience its the most effective way.
He's not her ex, he's away for 3 weeks; holiday, business trip, whatever. He's coming back to her in a week!
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He's not her ex, he's away for 3 weeks; holiday, business trip, whatever. He's coming back to her in a week!
Ah **** thats embarrassing, my bad and apologies. W

Well then its even more normal!
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