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I’ve been in love with a guy who lives 170miles away. We have seen each other twice but he won't commit to long distance. He has found someone else as have I but I still love him and want to be with this guy. How does he feel about me and will we ever meet again?

Angie
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The rule is that the shorter the distance between two people the better off you are. In a way you needed to get past the next 10-12 dates in order for it to have the possibility of it going somewhere and this has not happened and I am not seeing you meeting up with him again. This man did really, really like you but he became very realistic and decided that due to the distance apart this was not going to go anywhere and at this stage he thought it best to let this relationship go. No matter what type of person you are, you are bound to have experienced some form of jealous when your partner stays miles away. The problem is for the both of you; you can imagine things which may not even happen in real life. For example, you may think that your partner is not responding enough to you whereas he may have been busy with something else. I can see that he has had issues around trust and even though he has no reason to doubt you he has not been able to trust you as much as we would have liked too however this is through no fault of your own. This man has decided to move on as the new woman is nearer to him and he is concentrating on that relationship. I feel it is time (even though it is hard for you) to move on, and you are already half way there as you too have met someone else. Sadly the long distance relationship was just not meant to be.

Angie
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The rule is that the shorter the distance between two people the better off you are. In a way you needed to get past the next 10-12 dates in order for it to have the possibility of it going somewhere and this has not happened and I am not seeing you meeting up with him again. This man did really, really like you but he became very realistic and decided that due to the distance apart this was not going to go anywhere and at this stage he thought it best to let this relationship go. No matter what type of person you are, you are bound to have experienced some form of jealous when your partner stays miles away. The problem is for the both of you; you can imagine things which may not even happen in real life. For example, you may think that your partner is not responding enough to you whereas he may have been busy with something else. I can see that he has had issues around trust and even though he has no reason to doubt you he has not been able to trust you as much as we would have liked too however this is through no fault of your own. This man has decided to move on as the new woman is nearer to him and he is concentrating on that relationship. I feel it is time (even though it is hard for you) to move on, and you are already half way there as you too have met someone else. Sadly the long distance relationship was just not meant to be.

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