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So, I'm primarily BPD, and this keeps me in relationships.
If the relationship isn't intense on an emotional and sexual level, I tend to get really bored. Maybe the emotional ups and downs and all the drama isn't healthy, but at least it keeps things interesting. :/
I think part of the problem THIS time is that I've known this person for ages. The first night we spent together (actually before we had a relationship), we talked about anything I could think of which is a lot since my mind is all over the place.
I was amazed, like a little girl at a zoo. Now I'm like, bluh.
Or you guys can develop new interests or activities together, like tennis or parties. Sorry, no suggestions I can think of for your area except stuff like hiking, sight seeing, etc. Good luck on the job interview.