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I need advice on dealing with his weeklong absence as well date ideas!

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Question - (8 March 2018) 1 Answers - (Newest, 8 March 2018)
A female United States age 16-17, *bauer writes:

Please help! My boyfriend and I have been together for about a month and we are still on that we see each other 24/7 phase and he is going away for spring break next week to Mexico for a month. How can I deal with him being gone a week?!

Also, my boyfriend and I are running out of date ideas...does anyone have any good ideas? Thanks!

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A male reader, Fatherly Advice United States + , writes (8 March 2018):

Fatherly Advice agony auntAbauer,

Based solely on what you have written here I think you should get more sleep and work on your math skills. But since I am not here to correct your homework let's look at your real question.

You are under 16, This is your first boyfriend, you are consumed with thoughts of him. You have a major crush, infatuation going on here and that type of relationship does have trouble surviving absences. Which is exactly the thing you fear. Some things you can do to help are to contact him daily. Not texting all day, but an e-mail and good morning good night texts. Another thing is to keep yourself busy, do you have a project to work on or a girl friend you can hang out with?

Date ideas are another question. But related. Generally in a charged infatuation relationship all you want to do is be together. As a result nothing ever get's planned and generally a lot of kissing is about all the dates amount to. In reality young relationships need lots of talking. They need trying things that each of you like to do. Sharing hobbies and interests really helps get the relationship to a more complete loving relationship. So when planing dates think about the things he does that interest you. Then think about things you would like to share with him. Talk about it together.

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