Torn between two boys

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
I have been going out with my current boyfriend for about 3 months. He is a great boyfriend and everything, but he is always grounded. Our relationship is mostly at school. Sometimes we get to see eachother not at school, but its far and in between. There is this other guy who i was friends with before i started going out with my boyfriend. He likes me a whole lot, and when i dont hang out with my boyfriend i hang out with him. I like him alot too, but i really like my current boyfriend. the problem: i see more of my friend outside school than my boyfriend. My friend is going crazy over me, or so his brother tells me and everyone else. He really wants to be more, and now people are saying to me that is is unfair to my friend because he has been waiting for me forever and he is dealing with the fact he cant have me right now and being my friend is the only option....for now. I do see myself going out with him in the future but i dont know what to do about my current boyfriend. I have no porblems with him, its just the fact of the whole grounded situtation, and my friend really liking me, which is casuing me to chose and make a decision, but i dont know what i should do or say. do you have any input? Advice
This is a tough one. You ought to discuss it with your boyfriend and let him know your feelings. He may be able to solve the grounding problem, or he may decide to let you go. If you feel you can't discuss it with your boyfriend then I would question the strength of your relationship.

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