Post # 1
Me and my boyfriend have been together for 5yrs&9months, kept the date because I’m not sure what to do… A year or so ago we were in a bad place (very good and loving now) We broke up, and got back together a few times but some of those times I’ve dated two people in that time apart. He said he didn’t date anyone. I dated one guy for a week, broke up with him got back together with my guy. We’re good for a while then broke up again for about a month then have been together ever since. I dated someone in that month apart. Should I keep our original date or change it.
Post # 2
Sorry your post isn’t very clear. What are you asking, whether you should still marry your boyfriend? We need more info.
Post # 3
peach11 : Not married. Not even engaged. Just a simple relationship advice. Weather I should keep our original date of dating or change it.
Post # 4
Are you asking whether you should change your anniversary date? Or are you wanting to know whether you should say you have dated for 1 yr instead of 5 yrs?
Both are personal decisions that really depend on what you and your boyfriend think.
If it’s the second one you are wondering about then I would say you have been dating on and off for nearly 6 years.
Post # 5
So instead of saying a year or so? Just say been together for almost 6years but we’re on and off for a few months.
Post # 6
This sounds very highschool. No one else will care about the date but you. Not a big deal whether you change it or not.
Post # 7
You were broken up for a month? I wouldn’t share the on and off part if somebody asks how long you have been together. It doesn’t make a difference and nobody really cares. Also you dating someone for a week doesn’t make a difference. If you would have broken up for years then I’d start over. But as pp said, only one that cares is you and there are no rules. Therefore you can count however you want to.
Post # 8
Abby4 : If you mean keep your dating anniversary date then I would say no if you broke up and dated other people but you don’t have to tell people that, and also, without sounding mean, no one else but you two will care about the date.