I need some advice.
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
Yesterday my boyfriend broke up with me. We'd been together for two months, and we were both very much in love. He told me he wanted us to last, that I was the best thing that's happened to him, but he also told me he's scared of being in a serious relationship. Thing is, for the past three weeks he's been away, he goes hunting for moose in the autumn. I didn't nag or complain about it, and he was almost always the one who called me at the end of the day. I really gave him space and time to do something he really likes, as I'm not a person who puts pressure on relationships. And then yesterday, he told me he wasn't sure if it was working out. Basically, to make it short, he said he wasn't sure about his feelings, that he want the freedom that comes with being single, that if he chooses to hang out with his friends instead of being with me, it's not right staying with me. I got the impression that he's been thinking about being scared of us going serious the time he's been away, and that he basically has put distance between us mentally, and ended it because of that. Even though he knows that these thoughts go away when we're together. I also know that he's come to this conclusion during the past three days. When we talked yesterday, he kissed me and told me he'd think about it until monday. I am so in love with him, and I don't want it to be over. I've had the two best months of my life with him, and when we're together we work so perfectly. I don't know what I should do, and any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
First off, he only told you yesterday so nothing is set in concrete yet. And he is thinking it over until Monday.
Make sure he knows that you still love him and that you are willing to give him room. Are you sure he is satisfied with your love life? That's an important thing for both of you.
See if you can talk to him before Monday to talk about important issues.
Best of luck to you! George
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