Hy, Um, Me n my bf have been goin out for nearly 2 yrs, im 17 he's 18, and well latley we've broken up and recently got back together. Is it usual for such a young couple to have doubts about the relationship? i mean i love him alot, i was just wondering if its normal for long term relationships to have this "is this right for me?" time? THanks. xox.
Long term relationship jitters
It's completely normal.
Everyone I know, myself included went/ gone/ go through that a all the time.
Cross Out The Eyes X.X
-Shut the door on this world, Shut the door on this world-
My wife and I broke up three times before we were married. :smile:
As (relatively) young as you are, you havn't had time to have a variety of life experiences, so you have a limited amount of accumulated data on which to make decisions, one of which concerns relationships. It is perfectly normal for younger adults to have misgivings. You just don't know what else is out there and you naturally have doubts as to whether or not there may be something (or someone) better for you. It is simply reassurance that you have some growing emotionally to do.
I've never been a back and forth kind of person. But that's just me. When I'm gone, I'm so gone.
I moved in with my 18 y/o bf when I was 16. I left him when I was 20 and realized he was never going to marry me. Even though he said he would.
Big, fat, wet, juicy smiles!