DR. LOVE

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I have been in a re­la­tion­ship for 4 years. We live far from each other, so we don’t meet as of­ten as we would like to be­cause of the time it takes to travel. We re­cently met af­ter al­most 25 days, but he wasn’t in­ter­ested in wait­ing for long and wanted to get home as quickly as pos­si­ble. He left af­ter just two hours, de­spite my ask­ing him to wait for just a half hour more. I got ir­ri­tated and we ar­gued, af­ter which we didn’t speak for two days. On the third day, I made an ef­fort to speak to him, but he called me self­ish. He said his ex­ams were on, which is why he couldn’t spend much time with me. He be­haves like this even when he doesn’t have ex­ams though. Later that same night, he texted to tell me he was go­ing out with friends who live not far from where I do. He was with them for al­most Your com­plaint is valid, es­pe­cially if the two of you meet as rarely as you say you do. Your boyfriend’s pri­or­i­ties may be dif­fer­ent, but the two of you will have to be more open about your ex­pec­ta­tions in terms of time be­cause, with­out it, your fu­ture to­gether will ob­vi­ously be af­fected.

If he says he loves you and can’t live with you, his ac­tions will have to re­flect his words and you will have to in­sist on him prov­ing it. A re­la­tion­ship in­volves two peo­ple work­ing to­gether, not one per­son set­ting down rules. The in­box is now open to take your most car­nal and amorous queries. Send your ques­tions on email to

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