I know this is a common question, but I believe we have a few unique circumstances. My boyfriend and I dated for over 2 years and planned on getting married. Unfortunately we had to do long distance for while and we kinda drifted apart. The last time I visited him, he told me that he still cares for me, but something inside him tells him to find what he needs in life. Technically he would be following my path in life and he didn't want that. He said he needed time to find out what he needs and wants to do in life and that maybe we can get back together. I accepted the fact that he needed this journey so we said our goodbyes and that was that.
I found out that I was pregnant about 3 weeks later and notified him. He said that he wouldn't abandon me and that he would help however he could. I asked him that when I move back "home" in around 7 months (finishing last semester of college) would he be willing to try to make things work with me, so we could possibly be a family. He said that he would have no problem dating me and seeing how things go.
I guess my question would be, do you see us actually getting back together? I still care for him and him for me, but it isn't exactly love anymore. We are willing to date and try to make things work, but I am afraid that the fact that I will be pregnant will hinder that. Will 7 months be enough time for him to figure out his life or will he resent me for bringing a child into the world that he isn't prepared for?
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Fidelity is an “absolute must” in a relationship.
If you accept that, you’ll be fine, trust me. Guys want a girl who isn’t spying every one of his moves, where is he going, and what is he doing. Women often think that all what guys want is sex and that he will run for the next prettier face or sexier body he sees.
But that myth isn’t true.
Great guys know that fidelity is main ingredient for a wonderful relationship. And he will keep that, and always be faithful to you, and to your love. Don’t ignore this fact; you never know when it’s going to be too late.
Guys want someone who is supportive.
Many women are quick to criticize men in their behavior, career and persistent about trying to alter them. This is a crucial mistake. Guys can be manipulated, it’s true, but they see their partnerships as support systems.
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