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Boyfriend troubles
Aug 28, 2004
i dated a guy for 7 months, and we broke it off. i was so upset. well about a month ago we started dating again! we hit it off really well, and moved fast with our emotional stuff. were in love and you have no idea how much i love him. i wont break up with him and he knows this, he said the same thing, and how much he loves me and all this awesome stuff. were always 100% open with each other. he loves me so much and does all these cute little things, well lately the past couple days, he seems to be winding down.. not meeting me in the halls were he normally does, not writing notes.. being more dull.. whats up? :confused:
History repeating its-self?

Hope your not offended by this - but it sounds as thought you jump into the "love" section of a relationship somewhat fast. Maybe he left last time because it was too intense, and maybe its getin that way again.

If you two are in such a "Loving" relationship, you should be able talk about anything, including this.
(Soz for using "love" all the time. I just dont think any teen can be in love, given lack of experience, and the fact every second girl I talk to is supposedly "in love")

Anyway - GL :)
The honeymoon is over. They aren't like that forever, sweetie!!!
She shouldn't just assume it's over, blueeyed. If you two were always 100% open with each other like you said, just ask him what the matter is. It's always better to try to fix a relationship with a partner you trust by going directly to them, rather than seeking outside advice.
[QUOTE=PhillyGuy]She shouldn't just assume it's over, blueeyed. If you two were always 100% open with each other like you said, just ask him what the matter is. It's always better to try to fix a relationship with a partner you trust by going directly to them, rather than seeking outside advice.[/QUOTE]

Sorry, may have been a little too blunt.

I do agree with talking to him. Communication is a key element in a relationship. What I meant is that he may not always be this "lovey-dovey." Somtimes when people get comfortable in a realationship, things like this sometimes die down and the "married" phase comes into effect. I meant the "honeymoon" phase is over, not the relationship.

Plus, since you are so young, his friends could have gotten to him and he is trying to be more "macho" for them.





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