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Katrina says that her boyfriend of five years keeps telling her things she needs to change about herself before he'll marry her. She's changed one thing after another, including her career, but it's never enough. "I love this man and I know he loves me," Katrina says. "After five years together, do I really need to change for him to be into me?"

What's Greg's opinion? "I'd like to see you change boyfriends."

"Isn't it true his demands for her to change are just excuses?" Oprah asks Greg.

"Yes," Greg says. "It's just another reason not to get close to you. It's another reason not to go forward. … What would happen if you said to him, 'Enough. I'm walking out on this. It's not working for me.' If he really is a good guy, he'll be like, 'Whoa, whoa, whoa. Hang on. I'm sorry! I was wrong! What do you need?'"

Katrina says that they've already been down that road. Greg points out that things haven't gotten any better. "You got me there," Katrina admits.
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FROM: The He's Just Not That Into You Revolution
Published on April 27, 2005

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