I'll try and keep this short. I'm 25, he's 28, been with the boyfriend over 1.5 years now, its been rocky. He went on a stag do last night, it was all fine until i said to him casually "give me a call when you get back to your room".. he called me outside the hotel having a fag.. but what I found weird was that he refused to stay on the phone to me when he went back to his room (despite apparently sharing with his passed out mate). This started a massive argument because the more he refused to call me from his bed, the more I thought he was hiding something.
The thing I need advice with is this.. in the middle of September I start at university 2 hours away from home (for 3 years), and at the end of September he's going on a 6 day lads holiday to party it up. I don't want to continue the relationship when September comes - I love the guy to bits but I clearly don't trust him enough (hence last night) and me being at Uni and his lads holiday would sent me into an early grave!!!
However... we have a holiday booked in 5 days (non refundable).. do I warn him before we go on holiday that I don't want to continue the relationship after we come back, or tell him after the holiday?
Thanks guys x
Most Helpful Guy
Do you think you will be able to babe fun on that holiday?
Normally, I am against keeping a sinking ship afloat, but canceling a non refundable holiday ducks big time for the both you. If you do warn him beforehand, the holiday will likely be very awkward.
Back to the question, do you think you will have fun? If so, then just going the vacation. Try to relax a bit, if at all possible, and enjoy it. Remember that you'll have to break up sometime after the vacation, do not delay that.
If you find yourself getting rather stressed out by that question, in the sense that you have no idea or you are sure you won't, you have to do something about it. Either you break up now or you do tell him about your doubts. Depending on what type of guy he is, he may start to do his best to improve (though that does not sound likely).
This is clearly a difficult situation. If you have any more questions, ask right ahead!