To love or not to love...

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    Jun 11, 2011 6:15 AM GMT
    So, there's this boy I met a while back. He is gorgeous, smart, funny, sweet, etc. I don't know how to handle such a perfect man. I have given up hope on finding love due to past hardships, but X (which is what we'll call him) has proven me wrong when thinking there is no one out there for me. The only problem is the distance...There is nothing I want more, on a daily basis, then to have him in my arms. With all this said, I am willing to wait out finishing school and staying faithful to X until we can be together. Is this stupid? I think not, but willing to try out this forum thing to see what all the RJ boys say. Be kind, boys. icon_wink.gif
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    Jun 11, 2011 6:54 AM GMT
    Nah it's not stupid, if you feel that way then well do it, but just make sure he feels the same way too or at least is getting to that point. Give up on love... nah not something anyone should do this guy proved you wrong so icon_razz.gif lol.
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    Jun 11, 2011 6:57 AM GMT
    I don't think it is at all stupid . He might just be the beginning of a real great relationship . Give a try and see what happen .
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    Jun 11, 2011 7:14 AM GMT
    As long as you're faithful on your end, it's not stupid. Don't be disappointed if it's only one-sided, though. Especially because you didn't mention anything of a mutual agreement of future togetherness.
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    Jun 11, 2011 7:44 AM GMT
    sabishop saidSo, there's this boy I met a while back. He is gorgeous, smart, funny, sweet, etc. I don't know how to handle such a perfect man. I have given up hope on finding love due to past hardships, but X (which is what we'll call him) has proven me wrong when thinking there is no one out there for me. The only problem is the distance...There is nothing I want more, on a daily basis, then to have him in my arms. With all this said, I am willing to wait out finishing school and staying faithful to X until we can be together. Is this stupid? I think not, but willing to try out this forum thing to see what all the RJ boys say. Be kind, boys.


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    Jun 11, 2011 12:25 PM GMT
    sabishop saidSo, there's this boy I met a while back. He is gorgeous, smart, funny, sweet, etc. I don't know how to handle such a perfect man. I have given up hope on finding love due to past hardships, but X (which is what we'll call him) has proven me wrong when thinking there is no one out there for me. The only problem is the distance...There is nothing I want more, on a daily basis, then to have him in my arms. With all this said, I am willing to wait out finishing school and staying faithful to X until we can be together. Is this stupid? I think not, but willing to try out this forum thing to see what all the RJ boys say. Be kind, boys. icon_wink.gif


    I totally understand you man,i am in the similar position right now.Its not stupid if you like him and he likes you and you are trusting one another i am sure you would work perfectly icon_biggrin.gif
    Best of luck from me boys icon_wink.gif
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    Jun 11, 2011 12:31 PM GMT
    Please go for it and I think as another poster said, maybe decide if you are going for monogamy or open relationship right now. Yes, you are worthy of love.
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    Jun 11, 2011 12:51 PM GMT
    I don't think that you're being stupid by having these feelings and wanting to have a relationship with a great guy. Lots of people want the same thing, and the feelings are totally natural.

    Based on your age and your statement about finishing school, I'm guessing that you are in college now. edit: I read your profile after I posted, and I know that you are in school now. You don't say a lot about him, but I'll assume that he's in college too at a different school that isn't close to where you are.

    I understand your desire to make this relationship work, but keep in mind that a long distance relationship is a tough thing to maintain even when you've got a lot of history with the other person. There's a lot to experience in college life, and neither of you should view your relationship together as a roadblock to getting out and having those experiences. Otherwise, you'll develop resentment toward the relationship for holding you back. So, keep your expectations within reason at this point, and talk with him to make sure that the feelings are mutual.