I’ve been in a relationship with my girlfriend for past year and half. Because of her excessive mood swings, things have become difficult for me. I tried talking to her about this but she says this is how she is. We love each other and try to understand each other most of the times.
With all this going on, I recently found out that my crush for last five years is single now. Her thoughts are always there in my mind and sometimes I feel drained out while trying to cope up with everything. What am I supposed to do here? Should I approach my crush? Or should I stick to my girlfriend and let it be the way it is where I’m not very happy either.
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A female reader, Honeypie + ♥, writes (13 December 2018):
You definitely shouldn’t approach your crush until you have decide whether you want to continue dating your GF or not.Do you really see a future with your GF? THAT is the question. Leave the “crush” out of it for now.YOUR GF will likely NOT change who she is or her excessive mood-swings as they might be hormonal or emotional issues that there are no “quick” fixes for.You say you love your GF – but your mind is occupied with thought of someone else… so how would you feel if your GF was in your shoes? That SHE was crushing on someone else?Why “stick it out” with someone who you obviously aren’t a great match with?
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