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By longdistancemyass - / Friday 11 August 2017 23:15 /
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By  DraconicFeline  |  31

Don't hold it against him, OP; that may have genuinely been his reason at the time. I broke up with someone at the end of high school as we were about to separate for college and am now engaged to someone who lives in Europe. Priorities can change.

By  korpse  |  4

My ex broke up with me when I moved to a different city for college, but she couldn't move with me because of her family--even though she wanted to. Several months later she came to the city to visit her friends, and invited me too; we spent the whole evening together, made acquaintance with a lot of people, eventually we ended up kissing. But then she asserted again she couldn't move closer. Ultimately we lost contact for a longer time. The next time we crossed paths, she was actually moving OUT of the city after a few years, having moved there... 4 months after our last encounter, to live with a guy she briefly talked to that same night. So... yeah, I feel you.

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By  korpse  |  4

My ex broke up with me when I moved to a different city for college, but she couldn't move with me because of her family--even though she wanted to. Several months later she came to the city to visit her friends, and invited me too; we spent the whole evening together, made acquaintance with a lot of people, eventually we ended up kissing. But then she asserted again she couldn't move closer. Ultimately we lost contact for a longer time. The next time we crossed paths, she was actually moving OUT of the city after a few years, having moved there... 4 months after our last encounter, to live with a guy she briefly talked to that same night. So... yeah, I feel you.

By  DraconicFeline  |  31

Don't hold it against him, OP; that may have genuinely been his reason at the time. I broke up with someone at the end of high school as we were about to separate for college and am now engaged to someone who lives in Europe. Priorities can change.

By  Suaria  |  30

My ex and I broke up because he didn't want to be long distance when I went off to college. I saw him over winter break. We kissed and he claimed he still loved me. i leave for college again. Shortly after I left, he starts dating this other girl, who had caused problems when we were dating, and she lives a couple of hours away. So I can understand how you feel OP.

By  mt21mt  |  12

I'm sorry that he just wasn't that into you, but still cared enough to try to let you down gently... but then you couldn't leave things alone, so you kept poking around his life even after you and him weren't a thing, until you found out something about him that hurt you... sorry for that...

By  kumarina  |  35

Don't take it so hard, people change over time, I told an ex I would never leave our country to move to the US, and he decided not to continue with everything to move (he was halfway there and I didn't say don't go, stay with me), we eventually broke up and now I'll be moving to Germany to be with my boyfriend... Priorities change, and people's mind with them, so don't give it that much thought and don't let it bum you :)

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