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I have a BF, but my old crush asked me out. Is it best to stay with my new BF even though I’m not quite sure how I feel about him yet?
BILL: Old flames often have a way of re-appearing just when you’re carrying a torch for someone new. If things are good with your current BF and you wouldn’t have considered moving on unless Mr. Blast-from-the-Past had come back into the picture, give your new guy a fair shot. But, if every time you’re hanging with the new guy and you want to be with the old guy, it’s probably time to make the old guy the new guy and the new guy the old guy.…
DAVE: The only certainty about dating is that there are no certainties. There’s no guarantee things will work out with your current BF. To borrow a phrase the NFL employs when the going gets tough: “You gotta go with your gut.” In other words, stop overanalyzing everything and go with your instincts.
BY GL ON 8/5/2014 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN crush crash course, boyfriend Q & A
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