I have been with my boyfriend for over a year..
He is an amazing person and i love him alot. When we were good we were amazing i was sure he was the man i would marry.
However i believe we moved too fast we became too close too soon living together about a month after we meet.
Now we are in a long distance relationship and we are fighting all the time both when we are apart and when we see eachother.
I would give anything to get back what we had and he says the same thing, but what ever we do it just seems to be lost.
How do you know when to give up on getting back what you knew was perfect?How do you know when to give up on a relationship?
You could try couples counseling before you give up. It may be salvagable.How do you know when to give up on a relationship?
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you should give up now. i always say live with that person before you get married.thats exactly what you did and it worked out perfectly. if you had not moved in so soon and waited longer the same would have happen anyways. it was unavoidable, once you start living with that person then the real person comes out!
it takes time, and also sexual attraction is a big thing. if you find yourself not wanting to get intimate with him then maybe deep down you dont ahve feelings for him anymore
Long distance relationships rarely ever work. it is a strain on both of you not knowing what the other is doing, and not being able to spend enough time together. Also, it gives you too much time to think about the things that bother you about each other.
You can make it work, if you truly love each other, but it is really going to be hard. Distance is evil in a relationship.
';Perfect'; doesn't exist, sorry, though it may feel that way. Long distance relationships statistically do not last unfortunately. My suggestion is to move back in together and see if that helps relieve the stress that makes you both argue so much. And if you both Truly feel that you love each other and want the relationship to work, it might be good to seek a counselor. Best of luck to you both.