Dating boyfriend for 3 years

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The fact that he calls you ‘babe’, instead of some short form of your original name, gives you the incentive to call him ‘cute names’ not necessarily a modification of his original name. In short order, I asked Paulina to do three things: o Tell me what she likes about Matthew. After a bit of deliberation, she concluded that she loses two things: The fantasy that this once-promising relationship would work out. Paulina thought for a second and said, “He’s simple. And he does call or text me multiple times a day.” o Tell me what she loses if she cuts Matthew out of her life immediately. He keeps in touch with her regularly to have a female presence in his life, but conversations aren’t fun, lively, playful, or even interesting. Why can’t they be the way they were in the first couple of months, she asks? Not surprisingly, Paulina was having far more trouble losing her fantasy than the texts.

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