Daily Mirror agony aunt Coleen Nolan offers some advice to a reader who is reassessing his relationship after enjoying being on his own since the pandemic hit
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Dear Coleen, I’ve been living apart from my girlfriend since the start of the pandemic, although we’ve seen each other as much as we can in the circumstances.
My problem is, she’s pressuring me to move in with her this summer, but I think my feelings might have changed towards her.
I’ve got used to being on my own again and feel we’ve grown apart.
I’d love some advice.
Coleen Nolan is the Mirror’s resident agony aunt
What is your view? Have your say in the comment section
Well, do you want to grow together again or do you want to move on?
I would say you might need a little bit of time to work that out once life is a bit more back to normal.
I think we’ve all become a bit institutionalised in our own homes and it might take a bit of time to readjust.
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All along, I’ve advised people against making any big life-changing decisions in the current climate because things haven’t been normal.
Don’t jump right into living together, but maybe wait and see how things go once you’re able to have a more normal relationship.
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