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Phychic guidance I canot move on ... I miss my bf No matter

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Phychic guidance

I canot move on ... I miss my bf
No matter how hard I try I sell miss
Him what should I do now
I m dating with another guy
But I still miss him
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: General
Expert:  Family Physician replied 5 years ago.
Thank you for your question:

How long ago did you break up?

What was the cause of the breakup?

How long have you been dating the other guy?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
I want my ex to marry me he needs 2 more years
I canot wait cuz my parents putting pressure
So I stop talking to him it's been 3 months I am with other guy but I
Canot enjoy my ex always n my mind I hav tried so many ways
Expert:  Family Physician replied 5 years ago.
Your parents are pressuring you to get married?

How old are you?

Why does your ex need 2 more years?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
I m 30 years old now he wants to get financially strong
Expert:  Family Physician replied 5 years ago.
Getting married without first establishing a strong financial footing is tough and can eventually lead to financial stress that ends up placing serious strains on the relationship.

If you are in a relationship with one person, but have not emotionally moved on from a previous relationship, you are not being honest with yourself or your current "boyfriend". You may benefit from some time with a counselor or psychologist to help you sort out the conflicts that you are having with your relationships.

Who is making the real decisions (you mentioned the your family is pressuring you)?
What do you really want in life?

You may want to take some "time out" from relationships to give yourself some time to decompress and "clear you mind" and you heart. This may help you make the decisions about your future relationships.
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