Hello everyone, I have just joined this support group mainly because I am frustrated and confused at the fact that I've come to realize that all my relationships seems to end just as quick as they start. In other words, as soon as I begin to date someone it seems as if it gets very intense and serious quickly (we spend a lot of time together and talk a lot) and then after a month, two, or three it just ends abruptly. I was hoping to get some insight as to how to create a long-lasting relationship? Most of the times the relationship ends without any warning, they sort of just disappear or slowly stop contacting me less and less. I have come to realize that I may be giving myself intimately too soon, could that be the main factor? Sometimes even if I become sexually active with them a little too soon, they still stick around for a little but really does not turn into anything serious or emotionally intimate. I am frustrated because I know I have a lot to offer to my partners and I am a very caring and loving person and would love to be in a long-term relationship. Any advice?
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