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My Boyfriend Is Vacationing With Other Girls

"My Boyfriend Is Traveling With Other Girls — What Do I Do?"

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My boyfriend and I have been dating for almost 14 months now. He is in college, but I am in high school still. We have both been very faithful in our relationship, and he has given me no reason not to trust him, but he planned a vacation with three of his friends, two of whom are girls. He and one of the girls are driving to New Orleans, where the other two live, and they're spending a few days there. I know that I trust him, but this just makes me nervous. I love him and I don't want to mess things up by worrying too much. I can't go on the trip because I am in school that week. What can I do?

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You have a concern, so the best thing you can do is talk to your boyfriend. This is a tough time for many couples....when one is in college and the other still finishing high school. There are always going to be some limitations and restrictions for the younger partner. That easier freedom can definately lead to situations that cause some friction. And in those instances, the best thing you can do is to let your partner know that you're feeling uncomfortable with the situation. It's perfectly reasonable to feel some discomfort when your boyfriend is going away with other females....have you met them? These friends of his? I suggest that you ask him to introduce you to his friends, to help you reach a comfort level with his spending time away with them, and, in general, to feel included in his life. Let him know that you're feeling a little left out....even though there isn't anything you can do to spend that time with him unless he would choose not to go and to spend that vacation time with you.....I hope he can be sensitive to your feelings, to your uneasiness with the situation, and your need to feel like he's not leaving you behind, or giving more focus to these friends than he gives to you, as his girlfriend. Good luck with the sharing. This is one of those tests of a relationship....and sharing uncomfortable feelings that either makes a relationship stronger, or creates some cracks that can show up later......talk to him. Happy New Year
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