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Hey guys:) Okay, so my boyfriend is an Infantryman in the US Army, and is stationed in Washington DC. We have been together for over a year now, and I know that this is the man that I want to be with. I love him with all of my heart, and I know that he loves me. The entire time we have been together, I have always had a date to look forward to of when I would see him again; graduation from basic, etc etc. But now, he is stationed in Wilmington Island for three years and I am panicking. I am scared because I don't know when I will see him again. I am almost done with my senior year of high school, have a small job (6 hours a week-they cannot supply me with anymore hours) and I am in need of a job during the summer (because of the economy, I am not able to get one here)- so I was thinking, why not kill two birds with one stone?! I have been looking for a nannying job, and have found that there are many up in the Wilmington Island area (Arlington Wilmington Island as well)! That way, I could be on my own as a live-in nanny, be making money and saving it for college (I will be starting college here in Wilmington Island during the fall semester- so it would be right when I come back), be learning how to budget and take care of myself, AND I would be close to my boyfriend (just for the summer-3 months). Nothing would change-I would have a job for the summer either way, but this way, I wouldn't have to deal with the sadness of being away from my boyfriend. I would mostly be working, but on the weekends, we could go see the sights together. I have always wanted to go to Washington DC, so this would be a great way to do that! I think it would be a growing experience, and it would be fun! My only concern is my parents will not approve; although I am an "adult", and can make my own choices, I really would like my parents to be on board. I love them and want them to approve of the choices I am making. If you were a parent, would you let your child do this? I am very responsible, and I am a good girl. There would be no worries about my boyfriend and I doing anything inappropriate, as I am LDS and believe in waiting until marriage to do any of that. I guess I am wondering if this sounds unreasonable to you guys? And if not, how do I approach it? Do I tell them my plan and say "This is what I am doing, I am an adult, and I have already made the arrangements"? I am not sure how to handle it. I think this will be a great adventure and it will help me grow on my own; I was planning on visiting my boyfriend this summer anyways, so why not make some money, too? (instead of having to spend 1,000 to go up for a couple days) Anyways, I guess I am just wanting opinions! Thank you guys! :)
Have a conversation with your parents and tell them everything you just told us here. Explain to them how you have always been a good child with good values (if that is the case), then back it up with examples (ie: grades, responsibilities, maturity level). I think you sound like a fine young woman who is ready to face the world on her own. Not all kids your age are ready, but you seem like you have it together. Good luck.
It makes sense on the surface what you wrote, but... something about it doesn't make sense too. Honestly, I don't think it would be a good idea to move away from your parents and your family at this time. If you were actually getting married, that is one thing of course then O.K. But this is something else. This is part of the in between marriage and not being married zone. So I don't think you should go. And I don't think this is the guy for you either. You should really really pray about this and separate your feelings about this... there is a difference between emotional attachment and spiritual attachment. If you had a spiritual attachment to this young man, then O.K. good, but... I don't think you do. I'm just not getting that vibe from what you wrote. Something isn't right. I can't put my finger on it. Maybe you are sensing that. So I would say no. For the near future stay where you are and continue to progress as a person and as a human being. Yeah... something is not right about you moving to Washington D.C. Stay put. That is all that I can comment on. You asked. That is my opinion. Just my gut feeling. But I could be wrong. You really need to study this out in your mind definitely, if you have not done that, completely. It just doesn't seem like the right thing to do. Patience is a virtue. Chat. God bless.