here's d 101, my boyfreind and i have actually become best friends over a 6 months period but we've only been dating "officially" fo 6 weeks. we usually have long conversations everyday. sounds cool,but i'm afraid that we've become too attached emotionally and physically(although we haven't actually had sex). his telephone has been out of order for 2 days and i miss him soooo much. should i dress back and take some space? Are we too attached? i don't want to get hurt. Posts: 5 | From: Trinidad | Registered: Jan 2002
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Well... I'm in the same sort of situation as you, but instead of not being able to see him for a couple of days, my boyfriend has gone to Scotland, and I wont see him until the end of February. Anyway, my point being, we are extremely emotionally and physically attached, and it is the greatest feeling in the world. This is only my opinion, but why shy away from what could be one of the most beautiful times of your life? Sure, we're young, but we need to make the most of what we have there in front of us, cos it could be snatched away at any time. So I guess, although the risk of being hurt is always there, enjoy your time with him as long as you feel comfortable, and think yourself lucky, cos you and I have something very precious in our lives...
Posts: 8 | From: Australia | Registered: Dec 2001
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Sounds like pretty normal start-of-relationship infatuation to me.
An important thing to remember is not to neglect the rest of your life. Falling in love is great, but you've probably still got schoolwork, family, hobbies, and other friends. Make time for those things, too, and try to find a balance. This new relationship may last forever, but it may not, and its not good to sever all ties with other aspects of your life.
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