Boyfriend Says He's Changed

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Boyfriend Says He's Changed

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    teetee97
    teetee97
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    December 25, 2017 at 9:02 am #160971
    Boyfriend Says He's Changed

    I’m a college student and I have been with my boyfriend for a year and a half. Everything has been amazing, and we are so in love. We have talked about our future. However, I left to study abroad in Europe for 4 months, and now have returned, but am on winter break. He said he feels as if everything is different and will not be the same once we go back to school. He told me he will try at continuining the relationship but he sounds very negative. The only thing is he still texts me romantic messages, says he loves me, and acts like he is excited to see me again once we go back to college. I’m very confused. When I ask him to explain how he has changed and what will be different, he says it is hard for him to explain. I am feeling very depressed and am completely distraught. I keep telling myself this wouodn’t have happened if I never left. Do you think he has just psyched himself out because he hasn’t seen me in so long and that it will be fine once we are back in school together?

    justwantreal1
    justwantreal1
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    December 26, 2017 at 1:16 am #160984

    It could be that he just missed you and was hurt that you were gone for so long but if his behavior has not improved I would try and have a sit down one to one and talk it through

    BadlyFrustrated
    BadlyFrustrated
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    January 30, 2018 at 6:26 pm #163935

    I agree. Sit down with him in person. He’ll probably open up to you way more in person than though an email or text.

    swaneyrl
    swaneyrl
    Participant
    January 30, 2018 at 9:10 pm #163940

    Sit down in person