We have danced around this topic, mostly because I think neither of us really knows what our options are here, we've both been kind of blindsided by how good we are together, and talking about it directly is going to be painful and difficult. Oh, and his father had recently died somewhat unexpectedly, and he was still grieving. I would try long distance because, hey, who knows! Well, he's only gonna be in London for two years right? How do I prepare myself for the eventual emotional fallout from all of this, being in a relationship that I know will likely end once I move?
We both kept super-busy with our assignments and classes and we used to meet after dinners.
If you can't continue to see this person without becoming emotionally attached, you should probably end it now. Page of 1. An unknown person once said that "true love doesn't mean being inseparable; it means being separated and nothing changes. And if I had the choice, I would give it all away to simply have that someone. Any bashing, hateful attacks, or sexist remarks will be removed. I'm moving. I guess what I'm saying is this: