She's going to college
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I have been dating this girl for the better part of the summer and have fallen madly in love with her and her with me. However, she now has moved half way across the country to go to college. Now, I am 21 and she is 18 and going to be a freshman. I know that she is going to do a lot of growing and changing in the next few years. It happened to me and it happens to pretty much everyone else. Is it worth it to pursue this relationship? I don't want to take away from her college experience but we both really want to be with eachother. What do you think?
Since you have a good thing going, and since you both love each other, I think you should try to continue the romance long distancee. Long distance romances are very difficult to maintain. See our tips at: http://www.romanceclass.com/miscr/LoveCat/54711
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If your relationship is not going to stand the test of separateness, you will probably find out soon enough. Meanwhile give it a try.
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