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Dear Dish-It, I Had a Girlfriend, but She Moved Away

Dear Dish-It,

I had a girlfriend, but she moved and I'm really confused cuz all the girls are hitting on me. I reject them cuz I still really like Jessica. What do I do?
ANON


Dear ANON,

There's nothing worse than lost love. That's what you've got... and by the sounds of it, you've got it bad. Do you and Jessica keep in touch at all? Cuz if ya do, then you gotta make a big decision to see whether or not you can deal with having a long distance relationship. And long distance tends to be a real heartbreaker cuz it takes so much more work than regular relationships. If you don't hear from Jessica anymore, you need to mend your heart by moving forward. It sounds like all sorts of hotties are throwing themselves at you - and there's gotta be at least one you like. Ask her out, but take it slow. Hang together like friends and see if you have fun. If you think of it as chillin' with a friend, rather than a date thing, it'll be easier. Give it a try and remember there are going to be plenty of other hotties ahead of you.


I think that is great advice, but what I think is: you don't have to go out with her if she doesn't want to, but you should be friends, really good friends with her cuz I went out with someone and they dumped me and then I realized that it was much more fun being friends than being boyfriend/girlfriend. It was really good cuz you have a laugh and chat all the time if you're just friends. So have a try at what I said (I know it will work).
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Man, that stinks, sorry!
Username: Anonymous


I say find a new girlfriend.
Username: Anonymous


Well she moved. How do you know she's not cheating on you? So you should dump her cuz you don't know if she is cheating on you.
Username: Anonymous


Well if you still really like your old girlfriend, then just keep in touch with her. And the girls that keep hitting on you - just tell them the truth. Hope this comes in handy!
Username: Anonymous


Hey, I know how you feel. I really do. So all you have to do is try to let her go, or look in other girls for what your girlfriend had. It may not be perfect, but they may have some qualities. You may not find someone just like her, but there might be someone close.
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I think you should talk to her about how she feels about it, what she wants to do and how to deal with it, but remember it's a joint decision, so make sure you're cool with whatever agreement you make! And good luck!
Username: Anonymous


Something like that happened to this person I know. They still talk, but they decided just to be friends instead.
Username: Anonymous


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