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Okay. I dated a very nice guy about a year ago. We dated for almost two years. I quickly jumped from that relationship to the relationship I am in now. Being in the relationship I am in now, I realize how much I adore my previous partner. Not to say that the person I am with now isn't great but he just isn't what my ex was. I now realize that my ex was pretty close to perfect for me, and the guy I'm with is perfect for someone else. My ex and I broke up because we pretty much grew apart. I was starting college and he was starting his career. He eventually moved to another state. I miss hime dearly. We are still friends and occasionally talk. We have in the past hinted to each other that we eventually want to be together. I'm just so scared that he is going to meet someone else. I'm in a relationship that I jumped into way to fast. I love my current boyfriend but I could not see myself spending the rest of my life with him. What do I do??

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First tell your current b/f that you want to get back with your ex.

Then call your ex and explain how you feel about him.

Hopefully, your ex will be delighted to have you back again.

Good luck! George

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

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