Okay.. well i went out with this one guy for a month and maybee a couple weeks... well i broke up with him becaz 5 months later i would be moving..i still like him alot at times but i also feel that i am friends with him, and thats about it. and he's getting ready to ask me out agian and i dont know if i should go out with him becaz im moving and everything. should i?
emily9 answered Saturday January 29 2005, 6:02 pm: Well, I you like him a lot and feel like you can have a long distance relationship with him ,then go ahead and say yes, but you don't want to say yes, get all invloved then have to break up with him, so it depends on if you really like him ,and trust him, mayber yall can still date, just not exclusively,
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MyPainIsReal answered Saturday January 29 2005, 5:48 pm: How far away are you moving? Do you think you two could make it through the pressures of a long distance relationship seeings you are moving? If you think you two can make it through these things, then sure, why not? It's up to you and how you feel about him and if you could make it. Maybe you should talk to him about it so that there are no worries in it. Good luck [ MyPainIsReal's advice column | Ask MyPainIsReal A Question ]
KateStar1011 answered Saturday January 29 2005, 5:46 pm: HEy hunnie!
With only dating a month...you don't really know how serious the relationship is. So, I would try to date again, seeing how tight the relationship is, and after you move maybe ya'll would stay together. Who knows what could happen!
Just be wild with it, live it all up girly!
Have a great day!
XOOXOO katestar [ KateStar1011's advice column | Ask KateStar1011 A Question ]
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