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thank you so much for this site it is really helpful but it doesnt answer my problem really so im hoping you can give me some advice.

ok, i have been dating a guy for 11 months..but for the last 4 or so ive really wanted to break up with him.. but i always feel like itll get better or i feeel bad b.c i know he loves me and he tries but he yells at me when he gets mad for no real reason and i just feel its done. but im not sure how i can possibly know if i should he tries to make it better but it isnt working..

also there is another guy i realllly like i know he likes me back and i sort of feel like im already out of my 11 month relationship even tho im not. We have started to hang out and flirt..but is it too soon?? like if i broke up with my b/f tommorow could i date someone new soon after or would that cause the new relationship to fail??

please help!
Thank you

ps. i am 17 and both guys are 18 Advice
You are being wise by thinking this out so clearly.

It seems time to break-up with your current boyfriend. Not only is he not behaving properly, but you have found a new love interest.

Then continue to hang out with this other guy and drop the hint that you have broken up with your boyfriend. If he immediately asks you out, tell him you would rather wait three weeks before dating someone new because you don't want the new relationship to be a rebound.

Good luck! George

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