im just curious, because i do believe there's someone out there that were suppose to be with. im still young but i feel like I've already met the guy, the one lol. He checks every box on my list. We dated for about 6 months but we ended it on good terms because the long distance wasn't working. Now its been about 2 and a half months since the breakup. I've met new people but no one can compare to him. I miss him and i do have hope that in the future there's a chance well get back together. But i just want to know if there's anyone who feels the same way i do. I know i shouldn't hold on to that thought because there's a big chance it won't come to that and he'll meet someone else.
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If that's the way you feel about him then you need to communicate that to him in a way that's not going to scare him off. If that's the way that he feels then, you should try to make the LDR thing work. I did LDR with my guy for a year while I was finishing up my senior year I'd hs, it's hard but can work if you truly love and trust one another.
I knew I found him when I realized I was totally in love with him at sixteen! I've known him since I was five, he was a mature man of six! We have been best friends almost as soon as we met. We grew up and just grew together. Little did I know, but at the same time I realized he might just be the one I wanted to keep on spending the rest of our lives together with, he felt the exact same way as I did. We were going to wait until we both finished University to get married, but chose sooner than later after I finished up with high school and AP classes. After a year and a half, we're still just honeymooners and loving it!
I like your explanation about the first boyfriend being the one you were supposed to be with because that's the way it happened with me. However in many cases it's just not going to be that way because of maturity levels and other factors. Just be careful and don't rush things if neither of you are 100% sure. it can happen, just like love at first sight can my grandparents said that's what they felt and were married over fifty years.1