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Old 06-22-2006, 04:03 PM
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The biggest worry you should have is your mental health and your ability to maintain your grades. Love is a strong thing, It can mess you up bad if things go wrong, especially if you have been with you Girlfriend/Boyfriend for so many years. I have watched people fail entire semesters because they broke-up with their Girlfriend/Boyfriend, of a long time, because of finding that they had been cheated on. Faith takes a lot, I may beleive that Jesus walked the earth, but I do not beleive that he was the son of god anymore then I am. And you may think that you know relatioinships because you have been in one for so long but that is not the truth.
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Old 06-22-2006, 05:58 PM
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as said as my hopeless romantic self is to say this it's probably a better idea to break-up. i was dating this girl for a while and while we weren't dating when she left for college we were still pretty into each other and were basically going out just tryin to cut through all the bullshit. and sadly tshe was in college no longer than two weeks when the calls, emails, and ims stopped coming .

so take it from someone who was left behind and let the person you're leaving go. it's easier on everyone that way. trust me.
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Old 06-22-2006, 09:57 PM
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as said as my hopeless romantic self is to say this it's probably a better idea to break-up. i was dating this girl for a while and while we weren't dating when she left for college we were still pretty into each other and were basically going out just tryin to cut through all the bullshit. and sadly tshe was in college no longer than two weeks when the calls, emails, and ims stopped coming .

so take it from someone who was left behind and let the person you're leaving go. it's easier on everyone that way. trust me.

See this guy knows what I'm talking about
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Old 06-23-2006, 02:00 PM
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I had always assumed that we would be "separating" before we left for school, but when it was brought up again he was offended at the thought of not even attempting a long distance relationship. I was a bit startled, but willing to work with the idea. Now, we've pretty much settled on breaking up. We've been best friends since we met, so there's very little chance that we would stop talking all together. I believe in fate too, and if we were meant to be together we will be. I completely agree that one should fully experience the college lifestyle, and part of that is going into it with no strings attached. It's just difficult to go in with that attitude and still, ironically, be in love with someone.
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Old 06-24-2006, 02:33 PM
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ive been dating my boyfriend for over 5 years. crazy, i know. we're gonna try to stick it out.. its a long time to invest in someone not to try.. ya know?
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Old 06-25-2006, 12:50 AM
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I agree do, everyone should do whats best for themselves. My boyfriend is only 30 minutes away too so I hope it won't be too hard, but if it gets to be, then we'll split up but I think trying see how things go is what's best for us.
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Old 07-31-2006, 07:32 PM
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i completely agree with stacy because everyone's situation is different. good luck to everyone and their decision making! as for me, my b/f will stick together since we are both happy with the way things are going. why ruin something so perfect?
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