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They broke up a bit, dated other people at the suggestion of their parents, but stayed in close touch.
“We were only about 100 miles apart, so we were able to see each other on weekends and over the summers, but what happened was because there was so much against us in the beginning, we did try to date other people, and split up," Gee said.
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