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May 2nd, 2013 @7:42 am  

Hey Kaitlyn
I say run don’t walk away from this guy. Clearly he has a drinking problem and believe me it will get worse and you don’t need those problems. Find a guy who can handle life and you without booze.

John Wilder

marriagecoach1@yahoo.com

marriagecoach1.com sex and relationship blog

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April 30th, 2013 @10:11 am  

HI Kaitlyn.

Maybe just let some time pass before making a decision. It is natural to miss being with the person that you have been with for that long. Maybe its just residual affect of that and that he authentically misses you. Spend some time figuring out what you want and who you are as a 25 year old woman. Take this time to see who you are as an individual vs. a couple. Then if you both come back around and want to give it ago, you can start fresh with a different perspective.

Cheers,

Robbie Lee, author, mentor, realist
http://www.robbie411.com

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Suzanne White Montiel Said,
April 29th, 2013 @11:12 am  

Dear Kaitlyn,

You need to let him go. It will be easier to do so if you ignore both his drunken and sober attempts at communication.

You will find that in a relatively short amount of time you’ll get over the guy, or at least realize that you’re better off moving on. He can’t make up his mind so you need to do it for him by putting him in your past.

Sincerely,

Suzanne White Montiel
sewmontiel@yahoo.com

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