he tells me that he dosen't love her, he loves me.

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hi, my boyfriend and i have been dating for 11 months, for the last 4 months we have beenm having a long distant relationship. He was going threw a divorce and now he tells me that he isn't sure a bout us that a long distant relationship was to hard for him and he broke-up with me. I still love him and tells me that he still loves me, but i said that his wife wants to try and make it work out... and he's thinkin about it, he tells me that he dosen't love her, he loves me. He still wants to be friends and talk on the phone and not date anyone else.... i don't know what to do, should i just forget about him and move on or see if we could be friends and maybe more again?
I am 18 and he is 35

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My advice is to break it off with him cold turkey.

He has a wife who he is thinking of making up with.

You are still in your teens and should be doing teenager things.

He is being unreasonable about the terms of your break up with him. I.e. a promise not to date anyone. Except he can date his wife!

It is a long distance romance.

None of this bodes well for you personally. And, if two months from now you are still madly in love with him... give him a call.

Hope this works out well for you!

-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com

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