Sooooo here is my story. 4 months ago I lost my job in Jersey and I recently decided to come down to Florida too start a new life. I\'m still struggling with finding a good job down here and the Marines (I\'m in the reserves) have offered me the opportunity to serve for a year at Camp Lejuene, NC. It will help me pay off many bills I have so I may do it. Anyway before I left I became friends with a young girl who was basically my neighbor. She is 19, and I am 28, I really never thought anything about it until she told me she really liked me.....reall liked me...and again I just sorta shook it off and just stayed friendly. Well as I went through this tough time in my life she was always there for me, and we became close...very close. In November we actually went to New York City for what was suppose to be 2 days as friends (theater/Rockefellar...you know the XMas thing in the city) and we actually stayed for 4 days and it was incredible. She has an online journal and she stated is was \"possibly the best weekend of my life\". She is a freshman in college..yes...a freshman.. and going through many of the things that freshman go through....many tough times. I miss her tremendously being down here in Florida and her being in Jersey. I know that being in college she will meet alot of people and will date. We both agreed that it is impossible to have a relationship now...which it is. I guess I just feel down because of this. Do I need to keep my distance from her? We exchange emails and instant message at least every other day and that doesnt\' help. Any help would be appreciated.
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