Our expert says:
After the break-up with your fiancee ( you don't mention why you chose to break this relationship off though you hint that he was cheating ) isn't it understandable and even nice, that your friends might worry that with this new relationship you have been setting your heart on, it might also not work out, and maybe they think you should take it a bit more slowly and avoid making major committments at the other side of the country, until you have even better reasons for being even more sure this is right ?
Is there a good reason for rushing ahead at this time, rather than taking it easy and becoming more sure, based not on an "inner voice" but on more extended actual experience ? Presumably, before you found out he was cheating, you felt similarly sure about how great your ex-fiancee was, or surely you would not have become engaged to him ?
After such a major disappointment, its easy to be too eager to rush into a new relationship which proves comforting, ego-boosting and, without due caution, might also end unhapilly ?
All relationships ten to feel marvellous in their first few months, and the problems emerge later - you have experienced this, drmatically, yourself. And as Candice asks, will you be genuinely independent if you move to CT, or would you be staying with him, and maybe even dependent on him till you found work and a place of your own ?
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