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Boyfriend catching up with high school sweetheart?

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Answer #1 | 28/12 2013 19:55
Your controlling behavior is pushing him away. You need to trust him since he's never given you reason not to. Otherwise he just may start questioning why he's not with someone who is more secure with her man, her relationship, or with herself.
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Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 20:02
If you don't trust him, then the two of you probably shouldn't be together anyway. "Putting your foot down" and forbidding him to do something that you really can't stop him from doing is not a good plan.
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Answer #3 | 28/12 2013 20:56
It's one thing to go home and visit with an ex, catch up and have a nice friendly visit. However, when he comes home and if he decides he wants to keep in touch with her I would be worried. Nothing good will come from two ex lovers reminiscing about their past and leaning on each other in the future. It's the past and I believe that's where the ex belongs. My H's ex GF contacted him, they exchanged e-mails(which he let me read) and I said that's it, no more contact. He was ok with it and cut her off. See what happens and if you feel threatened in anyway you have a right to tell him so and ask him to let her go. If he loves you and is comitted to your relationship he will choose you. Good luck!
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Answer #4 | 05/01 2014 05:22
You were together for 5 years because your have trusted each other. Trust is very important in relationship. If you had no trust you won't last this long. Keep up the good relationship, but don't close your eyes on what's happening in your environment. Make sure he wont go beyond the limit otherwise you will have none of him left.
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Answer #5 | 28/12 2013 20:36
We can't control what other adults do when they are miles away in another state. If you are "worried he will run off" there must be something wrong with your marriage.
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