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Not bother your busy boyfriend

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How can I stop bothering and thinking of my busy military man?

Hello, I am a dental student and professional writer. My boyfriend is in military. So most of the times he is posted at some or the other place where their phones are taken away so that they can focus on their duty. I am trying to make myself emotionally strong so that I don't become needy in this relationship. I want him to commit to me. Right now, we are in a casual relationship. We met 5 months back. Any suggestions please? Thank you.

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One thing to keep in mind is that your boyfriend wants to be with you. If he didn't, he would've told you before he left -- he wouldn't leave you hanging as he serves his country, nor would he want the burdening thought of someone he left hanging at home. He is being very strong, and you can be strong, too, if you focus on your studies and your professional career. Be strong by not putting your life on hold just because your boyfriend is off serving his country. That's what he wants from you, and it's likely what you want from yourself, too.

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