Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
hi I'm twenty years old and a college sophmore, my boyfriend and I meet in school about a year ago, and he liked me and wanted to date me about a year ago, but at the time I liked someone else but things changed and I called him and things were going great up unitll a month ago, when we broke up, however we recently got back together, and he said to me the other day there is not any passion in our relationship and I agreed, but then he said he does not know what he wants from this relationship, becuase this is one relationship that he did not have to fight for to get me, well I said that first we can work together to find out what we both want, and that does not include breaking up, but then I said a little while later if you don't know what you want then call me when you do, and then I said I really do not know what I want because you do not know what you want, and I like the idea of having a boyfriend, and he got upset with me because I contridicted myself with saying I did and did not want to break up, which I really do not want to do, instead I want to work this out, but my question is to you is he saying that he wants out of this relationship for good, or should we work on this because honestly it is really hard to figure him out all the time, but I really want to be in this relationship, he does too, so please help me.
If you and he really want to be in this relationship then go for it.
It doesn't matter that you aren't exactly on the same wavelength all the time. Just keep working at it and you will figure it out.
What has me worried is that you two have no passion... how do you expect to build passion out of nowhere? Well, I guess that is up to you to figure out because I sure don't know.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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