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A lot of my relationships seem to come to an end because I have a strong inability to trust, and most of the time I have no reason to feel that way but the thoughts are so difficult to shake. When a partner and I are both putting in effort and things are good, I am happy. When there isn''t as much effort (which I understand is normal as everyone is busy, has their own lives), my mind begins to wander and I worry about not being wanted anymore, that my partner is bored.
I am currently in a situation with a guy in the US (I''m from London), who I truly think is fantastic. He has always been wonderful at staying in contact and making me feel good. However now my inability to trust is kicking in.
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