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I completely believe you when you say it’s difficult to pursue your new life at school — of course it is!To make a six-hour long-distance relationship work during your freshman year in college is so hard. On that note, it’s also OK to talk about “working on myself” without putting it in air quotes!I just feel so lost and wonder if "working on myself" is valid enough to take such a big risk throwing him away when I know some lucky lucky girl will snatch him up in a minute, and I may regret it. But I do not believe you will “never find a guy as good as him.” There are billions of men in the world — and not all of them are douchebags.I know a lot of people will tell you that a good man is hard to find; that when you find a decent man, you’ve got to hold on, no matter what. I think that’s crazy talk, especially for someone who’s fresh out of high school. Besides, romance also isn’t a “nice guy” competition.” Yes, because the most fair thing you can do is to be honest. If you feel like you two are truly meant to be life partners, and you’re both regretting your breakup in a year or two, you can try it again.
I even fantasize about other guys even though I would never cheat on him.He may say he’s “dealt with all his feelings” but, believe me, divorce is never that simple.I’m not saying he wants to stay together with his wife — just that he likely doesn’t have his head screwed on completely straight yet.We've been keeping up a long-distance relationship six hours away from each other at university. I feel if I end it, I'll never find a guy as good as him, but I also don't know if I can be with the same guy forever since I'm so young and want to grow on my own in my new life at school.He's thoughtful, kind, attentive, loving, and constantly shows me how much he cares about me. I wish I met him later in life, but I feel so guilty that I have the relationship I have always wanted right in front of me, and I don't even want it right now!