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Q (received not really for this collection, but she said I could share anyways!): My ex boyfriend and I are both pretty young (still in high school, graduating in 1/2 a year). We dated for 2 years but recently broke up because things were just off. I hope that we can get back together after we graduate and and are more mature, maybe more ready for a relationship? I really think we're meant to be together! Can something like this work? What if he done something in the time apart which I could not forgive? What if us breaking up is a sign? My answer: #1: If you think you're meant to be, and you still feel that way when you're a little more mature, then go for it! Part of that, though, isn't just sitting around and waiting for each other! Part of being mature in a relationship is knowing what you want and don't want, and to know that, you might need to date other people! During that time, you might discover someone that you like even more, but you might also learn to appreciate your ex more than you did. It’s definitely possible to get back together whether or not either of you date other people as long as you both want to. If you're worried about him doing something you can't forgive, set up rules for this break! Are you really free to date other people? Are you allowed to get mad about that? Etc.! I wouldn't say it's a sign you aren't meant to be. Like anything else, love is confusing! I think in this situation it’s best for you to not think of this as a sign since it was of both of your own free will that you are taking a break, not any other circumstance causing it. Good luck! If anyone else has advice, please share it in the comments :) If you're looking for advice, send me your question and I'll upload a card, soon!
our life in my case I dated a guy for three years to break up, he needed to get his priorities in line and some help with his attitude before I would even consider getting back together. while apart I tried dating others to really find out if I want this or if I should just stay away. I ended up dating a guy who made me and my life so incredible I couldn't possibly go back, I had no idea what I was missing. I ended up marrying that man and am about to celebrate my 1 year anniversary
It's really really hard when you're so young. I feel like you're just going to start building your life, and in order to build your life, it's going to require a lot of commitment to a number of factors far outside of your relationship. I think sometimes it might be better to leave and come back. Your 20s sort of throw you in all sorts of places, and it's going to be hard to go after what you want in life without causing that other person to make serious compromises on their own personal goals and vice versa.
every relationship is different, you have to give it time to see how you both feel, who knows maybe it won't take as long as you think. in my case it don't always work like that, I was with a guy back in high school. he was the love of my life, my best friend. we dated for a year, six months out of that year he was away For boot camp for the army. when he got back we felt like something wasn't right so we broke up. it's been 7 years sense then. we still talk every now and then and I still see him as mg best friend and the love of my life. he feels the same but we both have to much that's kept us apart that we don't think it would work. what I'm trying to say is no matter what happeneds try to stay friends sometimes it's best like that.
no they need u u don't need them happiness come from the person to from others
Look at Prince William and Princess Kate. They broke up for a little while and then got back together. Now they're married with baby George and another on the way.
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