My boyfriend and I broke up a few days ago and I am so sad. We had been together for over a year, broken up for 5 months, and then been back together for 7 months. The orginal breakup was during a bad time for me. I had just divorced my husband of 17 years and then he moved far away and left me with two teenagers to raise. I was not a happy person and this affected the relationship. When we got back together I felt good and ready to try again. This time things were different from the start. He always held back. I knew he loved me, but he hesited saying it. He was faithful, but I never felt like I was a high priority. He said he just wasn't sure we were compatible for a lifetime. He said he had serious committment issues. When we broke up this last time he said he loved me more than any other woman, but questions whether love it enough. I wonder if it his fear of committment that made him question me or are we really not meant to be. I just can't stop thinking about it and wondering what could have been...
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