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I have been going out with this girl for 3 years in high school. We have known each other for about 6 years. I am two years older, nd when she graduated we stayed together even though she went to a college over 300 miles away. We broke up before I found out I was going to Iraq. We continued to write and talk to each other, also we addressed it at the bottom as "I love u". Sometimes weeks would go by that I couldnt talk to her, and sometimes would feel like she forgot about me. I came back 8 months later, and a couple months after that I found out from one of her friends that she had a boyfriend. They have been going out for about 3 months together now. We still talked, and I got pissed that she never told me. We still taok to this day. We also hang out when she comes home from college. We tell each other that we still care for each other, and her mom tells me that she misses me. She was always the type of girl to always have someone around, and she gets lonely. I still have deep feelings for her, but I dont know if I should just let it go, or share my feelings to her. Should I stop talking to her? I keep thinking about her when I talk to her, but it goes away when she goes back to school. Should I stay friends with her? Advice
Since you aren't frantically in love with her, it would be best to forget her.

It will take a strain off of you and let you get on with your life.

If you still want to pursue her, just remain her friend and see what develops.

Good luck! George

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