moving to college... unsure

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Hello there and thank you for taking the time to read this. I have no issues at all with my current girlfriend. She is the absolute love of my life, a wonderful person, and I'm completely devoted and in love with her, as she is me. We have even talked about marriage many many times as both of our parents have as well. The big issue is, she is a senior in high school, and I have being going to the local branch of at my college for two years. In a few weeks I have to transfer to the main campus an hour away from her. I scheduled all my classes three days so I could be home the other four. I guess I'm just worried about our relationship... the funny thing is, she doesnt seem worried about it at all. She tells me that it isnt that big of a deal and to not worry about it, but I just get so upset thinking about leaving her. We both trust each other so that isnt the issue at all. I have been through many relationships in the past and I guess that I am just paranoid that she isnt going to want to do it anymore and leave me. Should I be worried about this or just believe that everything is going to work out? Advice
You are looking for trouble where it doesn't exist.

An hour's drive is nothing and with four days off that leaves you with plenty of time together.

You have a strong relationship and commitment which should see you through any rough spots.

Good luck! George

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