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DEAR DEIDRE: I HAVE been longing to see my previous girlfriend – my first love – even though I have not set eyes on her for decades.

I’m a 62-year-old man. I started a relationship with my girlfriend in the early Seventies when we were teenagers.


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We were together for six months until she ended things without giving a reason.

I moved abroad for almost a year when I was 25 but wrote to my ex and she replied asking to meet when I returned.

We eventually met and spent a wonderful evening together.

I told her I had got a job in Singapore and would be leaving again in a month.

I hoped she might move out with me but before I left she dumped me, again with no explanation.

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I met my future wife while out there yet I’ve never forgotten about my first love.

I’d love to see her again but I’m not sure if it’s the right thing to do.

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DEIDRE SAYS: Tempting though it is, many years have passed and neither of you are the people you were when you met.

First loves feel special, but it could be that you are seeing it through rose-tinted glasses.

Reconnecting with a first love while married is always a risky game to enter into.

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