I've been seeing this girl for 2 months whom I'm beginning to really adore. She's in school and applying to medical school for next year. She has an internship 3000 miles away in another state and will be away all summer. I'll be 26 in a couple months and I'm really looking for some stability in my life. I have a career and I'm pretty much rooted in the city where I work. There's a possibility she may be accepted in a medical school far away. This is my first real girlfriend. I've only had very short term relationships in the past. I feel as though this separation will be a bad thing for our relationship. Even though she says she'll stay commited to me and we'll pick up where we left off when she gets back. I don't want to go the whole summer alone. I was hoping that I'll be with someone to enjoy the warm weather with but it's not going to happen. Should I break up with her? If I decide to keep the relationship going, how can I do so? I can afford to visit her once or twice. Do you think it's possible for a woman to be faithful in a situation like this? She will meet new people and we all know females are driven by emotion. How can I stop meting girls that are in school? It seems like every girl I dated has a life that's not settled. She's either in school and really busy, not from the area and not sure if she'll stay, or wants to travel endlessly. I don't want a bum, but I do want a girl that's going to be around for a while. Do I just have to live with this since girls in their twenties are very unsettled?