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keep him or let go

Question Posted Monday August 20 2012, 9:30 am

hi im 20yrs old me and my boyrfriend have been together for nearly a year and engaged for 5 months. recently we have been stressing out so much bout the wedding we have been arguing daily about everything including us being together. i love him dearly but i am no longer in love with him as a result and i have told him this we are trying to see if we can re build it or not. in the past few days i have had to find out things about him from others and it hurts! i have asked him why and all i get is i dont know. im hurting so much as we have lost a child together and i have found out about a new medical condtion that i have. im finding it hard to deal with my new heart problem and with this on top i feel like ending my life or running away but i know these are not the answer.

im so stuck on what to do and i cant go to my parents they wont understand they have never had this

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storageanddisposal answered Tuesday August 21 2012, 3:51 pm:
Sometimes things are so overbearing that you have to ask for help from people that are willing to give it, which includes your parents. Sometimes it gets so bad that you need regular, outside input and additional help in the form of a therapist or some sort of counseling. Do you feel that this is that kind of situation? If so, regardless of if your parents will understand, maybe you should go to them. They don't have to understand the details to comprehend that you are in need of help.

As for your relationship, seeing someone for a year is sometimes barely adequate time to really understand someone. People tend to be guarded for a long time in fear of expectations a significant other might have. Maybe he's just now showing his truer side. It might be time to let him go.

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