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    ada3
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    August 23, 2017 at 11:36 pm #146773
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    I recently broke up with my girlfriend because she wasn’t doing certain things in the relationship that one usually does. I brought it up to her and she told me she would change and we would work on things but I’m afraid to go through and allow her to change because of our age. We’re quite young and to make a solid commitment to this relationship is a bit fearful. I miss her a lot and I feel that maybe we belong together but then again how will I know who the right person is if we’re 19. Does anyone have any advice of what to do? Will staying with her and maybe being with her for the rest of my life inept me from experiencing different things throughout my 20s? I need help.


    Soupy1987
    Participant
    August 26, 2017 at 11:25 am #147126

    You’re still very young. I know it’s hard, but I’d let her go and expand your horizons with other girls.

    Morninghugs
    Morninghugs
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    August 26, 2017 at 12:01 pm #147132

    I don’t think she should change herself in order for you to like her more….how about finding someone you are not compelled to change? and, 19? are you kidding me!! get out there and experience all different kinds of personalities before settling….


    John93-02
    Participant
    August 27, 2017 at 9:09 pm #147160

    move on, plenty of girls out there