Ive been dating since i was 15 where is he
I obviously care about this person very much however I've recently been VERY unhappy in our relationship.The sex is passionless and infrequent, I haven't been attracted to him for a very long time.“Distance means so little when someone means so much.” ~Unknown People tend to think long-distance relationships are one of the hardest possible ways of loving someone.
Around one year and two visits later, the downsides of the distance did indeed knock me off.
I missed my boyfriend during days and nights, and fear crept in.
But I am so lonely and just don't love him the same way I once did. 22 is too young to be having infrequent, passionless sex with someone who seems to be either a workaholic or neglectful of you. Same age started dating and at 22 questioning her choices.
Part of me feels like I should just suck it up and stay with him because he is safe and would be a great father (I want to have kids one day) however in scared I will be unhappy the rest of my life because I am too scared to change things now. You can offer to work out a deal where he buys out your part-ownership of the house, or simply sell the house and split the proceeds. Thanks for the advice guys If this is how you feel, he is not the right person for you. In a year you will look back and say, "WHY did I wait so long? I'm not someone who believes in high school sweethearts for this reason - choosing one person to spend your life with when you're a child, a teenager.
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