I believe that, but you also need to understand that these online-only relationships aren’t real the way relationships are when you spend time together day-to-day. If you’ve experienced both, you will know. It is just not the same thing. Your mind is filling in a LOT about this person when you don’t actually spend time together physically. It isn’t reality. And if you both have mental health struggles then your minds are filling things in in a way that isn’t realistic or rational. Truly, you do not really know each other. I know you think that’s not true and I don’t know what I’m talking about. I’m sure it feels like you two share an incredible bond that other people don’t have. But look how unhealthy it’s become, with both of your issues mixed up in a big pot and not grounded in reality. You’re addicted to it. You’ve got to get help to move on from it.