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2016-10-02 Will we last?:

time to accept the reality that first boyfriends aren't usually the last, and that it's time to move on; college changes everything--he's surrounded by females who are actually THERE in real life; he's

2016-07-06 Conflicting feelings about dating:

there are many considerations when it comes to online dating...some quick insights:..1) sign up for multiple sites, POF, Cupid, Match, Zoosk, maybe EHarmony...2. get some really good pictures taken; 3

2016-01-22 Long Distance:

best not to "sway" her thinking; she has been better able to get into her present life than you have; long distance thru 4 years of college is almost impossible; "convincing" her of how to feel never works

2015-11-20 Long Distance:

this is common in some relationships, where one person is more emotionally expressive than the other; however, it could also be a symptom of a bigger issue: there could be another person involved, he may

2015-08-11 Long Distance Break:

obviously no one knows what the end result will be---this could be over in an instant or you could live together forever; she asked for time/space, so you have to accept/respect her wishes; during this


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