Distance makes the heart grow...more distant.

I recently left home (and my boyfriend of 2 years) for college. I know that I love him, but at the moment I don't really miss him and he is a 14 hour drive away. I haven't cheated on him, and I have no intentions of doing so, but I'm meeting a lot of new and interesting people and there are a few that I wouldn't mind getting to know a little more intimately. We promised to tell each other everything, but I've kept my loss of feelings for him a secret. I don't want to lose him, but I feel like I'm missing out on a little of the college experience.

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  • You are in college and experiencing new things. Most high school relationships don't survive that kind of separation. Odds are he is feeling the same way.

  • You sound like a stupid b****.

  • It happens. You realize that stagnant high school relationships mostly happened because you didn't know new people. Now you do, and they are fresh and exciting. This happens a million times.

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