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I want to go out and do things, and she doesn’t, so I feel guilty for leaving and doing things without her.Despite being in a long distance relationship for a few years now, the total amount of time we’ve actually spent together in person, getting to know one another adds up to mere weeks. The prospect of moving in together is rapidly approaching, and I’m totally lost.The good news is that once you recognize these stalling tactics for what they are, you can learn to overcome them.Here are some of the ways you make it so much harder to break up with someone… I’ll try to keep this concise, but I doubt it will wind up that way.Pride doesn’t help in times like this, it only hurts.

I thought I didn’t mind her weight but it turns me off and I don’t really enjoy sex with her.The one I fell in love with, but can’t seem to find while we’re visiting? The actual prospect of breaking up simply terrifies me, inflicting that on another person. Is there a chance things will actually get better if we move forward with this?And yet, by staying with her, even though I’m not sure I want to, isn’t that kind of a being a jerk to her as well? She seems committed, and I only feel it when I’m not physically near her. I’m not even sure I’ll want to get out there and try the nightmare that is dating again if I break things off. Like others who’ve been in his position, he should have ended the relationship long before it reached this point.As unromantic as it is to say this – and I’ll get in trouble with the Dating Advice Giver’s Union for saying it – sometimes shit happens and we realize we’re no longer into our partners as much as we once were.People and relationships grow and change over time and that spark may vanish. Other times those changes mean that we’re no longer compatible, sexually or romantically.

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