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    Dad - Son Relationship

    Hello,my name is Ninnos and i am 19 years old.Currently i am doing national service(24 months) in Cyprus as a soldier(Sergeant)...My boyfriend is 44 years old and he lives a bit far away from me(80km) ...As a soldier getting 3 days off per week and not having driving license yet i see him once per week ...i go to his apartment and i stay there with him...(Sometimes when i get 5-6 days off i spend them all with him)...I prefer being with him expect staying at my family house...We are dating now for 5 and half months and we really love each other...but i think i am so obsessed with him ...I can't keep him out of mind...i want to know what he is doing all the time...i want to leave the army and go to stay with him forever...i get jealous a lot sometimes...What can i do to stop this obsession i have ?

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    sounds like a nice relationship---please try to enjoy it for what it is and not push it---especially after 5 months---you can kill a good thing with lot's of jealousy--I understand the emotion, but try to get it in check---maybe it is your first boyfriend which is understandable---but turning your life upside down to be with him full time is a risky gamble at this this point IMO.

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    Thank you the nice advice ...Yes ,he is my first boyfriend..I stopped being so jealous this last month but his absence sometimes it's really hard...especially,when i am on duty on a watchpoint alone :P ..

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    What else do you like to do in your free time? Try and put more energy into your interests and hobbies and other friends. it's nice to be so intensely into someone but it can also make the other person feel crowded. And you know the old saying "treat them mean, keep them keen", well you don't have to treat him mean but you making him aware that you have other things going on in your life besides him can let him know not to take you for granted, because once a guy "has" you - sometimes they're not as excited by you as they were before. If they still feel they need to chase YOU a little bit, it can stop their eye from wandering.

    Also you are still young and still have lots to do in life, so does he but he's already been where you are in life, so don't cut yourself from experiencing everything else in your life just to spend every free day you have with him. i know it sounds like playing games, but really it's more about you not dropping everything every time for him, sometimes you have other things going on and he has to wait until tomorrow. I think it's called delayed gratification

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    ^Excellent advice....well enunciated...

    Military service in Cyprus is boring, for most conscripts who having nothing better to do than hang round their barracks...

    Moderation in all things..try spending more time with your family, and old school mates...to remind you that there are other people in your life who can bring you joy...

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    Aerk, I have the same issue. I have been seeing a guy for almost 2 years now and I feel like I can't be without him, or when he goes away I feel like I need to be there with him, I have on many occasions screwed family and friends over so he wasn't alone. However, we still have problems unfortunately. Naughty and Kalli are correct. Don't spend all of your time off with him, go spend it with some friends or family. If you are too attached, he will feel like he is losing his personal space/his own life and then go looking for something else to try and regain his independence.

    This is the first guy I am truly dating and when we first met I was really into him too much and sort of scared him. He told me that this is just lust because he is my first real boyfriend. So I learned to ease up. I try on a constant basis to have my own life, him have his own life and us have a life together, its very hard, so heed our advice.

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