I don't even know if it is jealousy...

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
Just some background information, my b/f and I have been dating for 2 years and we are both in college.

I don't know when it started. I remember the days that I did not care much, and I let him have a life and I didn't care. I feel like I can't have a good time without him anymore. I still try to hang out with my friends as much as possible to proove something to myself...But when I do spend time with them, I know that I would rather be spending time with him. I feel like I need to spend time with my friends to be normal and not be isolated. He's living with his good friends, and he works full time in summer. And on his only 2 days off, he can't spend it with me. When I ask him to, he said he could blow off his friends, but I feel guilty. I feel like he does not want to spend as much time with me as I do. I never used to have this problem. It bothers me when I feel like he'd rather be with his friends. I remember the 1st year we went out, he tried to spend as much time with me as possible. But things are different now, I'm the one that wants more. And it hurts...I don't know what to do about it, I just feel so lonely without him. I don't know what is wrong with me...

RomanceClass.com Advice
There is nothing wrong with you.

You deserve more time with your b/f than he is giving you.

Have a long, honest, caring talk with him and try to work out a compromise.

If he cares about you he will try to work it out.

Good luck! George

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