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Cope with a military relationship

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How can I not be so depressed on how my boyfriend is leaving for the Navy?

I am an emotional person.. and it makes it much harder for me to cope with things. And me also being 100x more sensitive doesn't make it any better. My boyfriend leaves here in a little over a month, and I am just worn out by the depressing fact that he will be leaving soon. What can I do to build us up, and avoid being depressed about him leaving, before he actually does? In my situation, I am younger and in High School while my boyfriend of 2 years, is 19. I am still in school and will be when he leaves making it harder academically for myself. I have tried: Tried staying positive throughout my days

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Doing activities that may distract me from thinking about it. I think it was caused by: He is always on my mind, making it much harder to just not let him then make me think of how much time I have left with him and when he will leave.

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