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Old 06-24-2010, 04:41 AM
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To me, the biggest con of NRE has to be the insecurity that accompanies it. My boyfriend has never, ever done anything to make me feel insecure, has probably in fact done more to make me feel secure than just about anyone I've ever known. But I still spent a decent amount of time those first few months worried that he was going to lose interest, over-analyzing silly little things, obsessing over whether or not I was going to screw something up or push him away, etc. All of that early uncertainty is part of the excitement, but it's also a freakin' roller coaster. I like where things are at right now; after 6 months, I wouldn't say the NRE is gone, but I'm definitely comfortable and secure and relaxed while still feeling plenty giddy in the good ways
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