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claire.bear

claire.bear

Yesterday I broke things off with my boyfriend of one month because I felt like things were going way too fast. He told me he loved me and he was talking about our future together. We only dated for a month, how could he love me already? He’s an incredibly kind man who is really a gentleman to me, but I felt guilty that he liked me so much when my feelings toward him were nowhere near as strong. Don’t get me wrong, I really like him, and I was happy when k was with him, but it feels weird to date someone who loves you if you don’t love them back. I was also worried that our futures didn’t have a place for each other. I want to go to college and travel and have a professional career, and he wants to stay in town and do online schooling. He’s also mentioned how he wants his wife to be a stay at home mom, and I don’t think I want that for myself. Because of these things I ended the relationship, but he really wants to keep trying. He says that these things don’t really matter and that he’ll do anything to make me happy, but I don’t want him to change himself and his desires for me either. I feel pretty confident about my decision to end things, but I worry that I’ll regret my choice in the future. What do you girls think? Do I give it another shot?

October 11, 2015 at 09:36
ktuck22

ktuck22

If he’s not meeting your standards and you’re not meeting his, and if you feel uncomfortable or awkward being with him if he’s completely invested in you and you’re just testing the waters, then your decision was a good one. You obviously broke up with him for a reason; listen to that instinct, which is probably what God is hinting you to do. If you feel confident about ending it, don’t worry about it 🙂

October 25, 2015 at 12:27
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