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Hello... I am so happy there are people like you out there who are willing to help people like me... please help me... I am going NUTS...
I got myself into a really tight situation. My boyfriend and I, used to have the PERFECT relationship, I mean we always do when we're "together", but the problem is... well, we've been going out for 6 years now, I am only 19, I KNOW... we've been at a long distance for quite some time now, but in a distance to be able to drive to each other. The problem now is, he joined the NAVY, and has been gone for about 3 months now... he's allowed to call, and HAS the time, but he won't give it to me. I get 3 minutes a day if I bother him about it. I call his cell all the time, and it ALWAYS goes like this, "Hey, let me call you right back!" And before you know it, I've been starring at my cell for over 3 hours, STILL WAITING! We've been fighting a lot, and I have come to the point where I can't take it anymore. I don't feel important enough for him, but I can't tell him that because I KNOW he has many things to do now, but it still doesn't change the way I feel. I want to break up, and move on... but I can't. We are PERFECT together, really, but latly... I can't deal with it anymore. Every day, I WAIT AND WAIT for his stupid phonecall... and it's just a huge dissapointment... He'll be back for 2 weeks in 2 days, and I need some MAJOR advice, on what to do, how to talk to him, and how to make MYSELF more emotionally stronger.... PPLLLEEEAAASSEEEE help me... thank you sooo much!




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Hi. Your best bet is to be patient. Going into the Navy is a huge life change. I'm sure his time is very sparse and between you, his family, and his friends, he may have trouble keeping up with those he cares about. Once his assignment comes through and his military career stabilizes I'm sure you'll reconnect.

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