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06 Feb 2004

relationship desater
My boyfriend have been going out for a year and 8 months. last night he told me that he wants a break from everything and is planning on moving to London again, we have been staying together from the beginning of out relationship and have got a appartment and car on both of our name, my problem is that I don't want him to go but no matter what I do or say he will not listen to me or change his mind, I have no one to talk to but him as my mother and step father are non existant, I am a 20 year old female suffering from depression and I am afraid that if he leaves me there will be no way for me to survive another day further. he has kept me stable and off od drugs for a while and I am affraid of turning back to drugs, I love him very mich but don't think that he love me any more. what can I do to make his see my point and hopefully make his stay, but what are the chace of our relationship getting back together if he returns from London, will it work out or will it never be the same again? PLEASE HELP!!
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01 Jan 0001

Dear heartbroke,
Sad though it is, maybe losing him would be good for you, if he is so callous and unfeling as to walk out on the relationship ? Don't make him so important that his participation is necessary for you to respect yourself and care for yourself. You know that the drugs would solve nothing, and that the advice of a proper shrink on dealing with your Depression, is more needed.
And get good legal advice on the matter of the car and the apartment --- he can't just walk out on a joint committment you both agreed to, nor leave you in the lurch with extra payments.
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