So theres this guy

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    Sep 27, 2011 7:23 PM GMT
    Been talking to an old friend that i used to train with and play against when i was like 14-18. He has recently gotten into modeling and kinda struck gold in it. Anyways I always had a theory he was gay so i asked him on facebook. He told me he has been struggling with it for a couple years and he's just kinda going where life takes him right now. I told him how i was gay and recently out ect.. We have a lot in common and were getting kinda flirtatious. The problem is were like 2500 miles apart right now icon_sad.gif I've been wanting to move back to Oregon recently but this is kinda putting me over the edge. I have awesome work opportunities and cheap education where I'm at right now so im really unsure what i want to do. Should I just remain in contact and hope for the future? HEEELLLPPP
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    Sep 27, 2011 7:56 PM GMT
    If it is meant to be then by some means it will eventually work out. You should never, ever put your education/life on hold for someone else. I did that for my ex and ended up with a giant heap of debt as a result icon_razz.gif

    For him, he may have a little bit of an easier time moving around and getting modeling gigs and what not... who knows. It's best to just take it slow at the moment and not jump into things. If you're able to, go and visit one another... heck you never know what'll happen. You may end up not being able to stand one another... text conversations are poor substitutes for the real deal.
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    Sep 27, 2011 10:42 PM GMT
    kuroshiro saidIf it is meant to be then by some means it will eventually work out. You should never, ever put your education/life on hold for someone else. I did that for my ex and ended up with a giant heap of debt as a result icon_razz.gif
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    Listen to that!!! i did the same.... very bad decision!!!
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    Sep 27, 2011 10:46 PM GMT
    Never forsake education. A digital crush is not real. Choose to invest wisely. Choose for your own future
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    Sep 27, 2011 11:31 PM GMT
    GreenHopper said
    kuroshiro saidIf it is meant to be then by some means it will eventually work out. You should never, ever put your education/life on hold for someone else. I did that for my ex and ended up with a giant heap of debt as a result icon_razz.gif
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    Listen to that!!! i did the same.... very bad decision!!!
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    Sep 28, 2011 12:01 AM GMT
    Alright then. Its kinda more then a something more than an internet/text thing though. We grew up together for a while. I guess the only reason I'm thinking about it is because there is this real specific type of guy that i seem to be attracted to emotionally and physically and I know this guy has it. idk just would be a shame never to get a chance.
    And im currently at a community college is it that serious?
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    Sep 28, 2011 12:02 AM GMT
    being89 saidAlright then. Its kinda more then a something more than an internet/text thing though. We grew up together for a while. I guess the only reason I'm thinking about it is because there is this real specific type of guy that i seem to be attracted to emotionally and physically and I know this guy has it. idk just would be a shame never to get a chance.
    And im currently at a community college is it that serious?


    Reconnect by trying to skype with him. If you cant see the person its hard to get an emotional connection or not, so try that first.
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    Sep 28, 2011 12:29 AM GMT
    Is your wanting to move back to Oregon, because of family, better weather, and more scenic locale than Texas? Those are valid reasons, but I'm wondering what your plans are for college? Eventually transferring to UT. UT would be a very good plug for your resume. When you say job opportunities, do you mean when you graduate or while going to school?

    For now, at least finish up the semester and try to meet with your friend before making such a big plunge. Would you qualify for in-state tuition in Oregon? Right now there are too many things that are up in the air.