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Group Therapy: My BF Loves Me, but Isn't Crazy About Me

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So yes, that is how it goes.

He really loves me. And when we're together, it's great. But there is no burning flame. There is just this calm, steady thing.

I know he loves me. And I know our relationship is something mature and is working very well.

But I also know that there was some kind of this flame between him and his ex's.

What should I do? It is not like we have been together for many years. It has been only six months. And the flame. . .well . . . there have never been such flames. Yes, there have been longings and missing and etc . . . but no craziness.



And I AM crazy about him.

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