He's back, now what?

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
So I've had a little thing with this guy for months now, since last September actually. We've never gone out because he used to want to go out with me but I didn't want to then now I want to go out with him. WE're great friends and all that. So 2 weeks ago he told me he was moving back with his dad during Spring Break, and this crushed me so bad.. so I told him excactly how I felt about him, because what's it gonna hurt if I never see him again? Well turns out I was wrong. He didn't move because today he was in my class with me that he was in. I couldn't even look at him and I felt like I was gonna throw up. I couldn't speak to him or anything. I'm so embaressed and I didn't expect this. I figured if he moved I would just get over him. Now that he hasn't moved, how am I supposed to get over him? I love him so much, but I don't know if I should try to talk to him again after all this. I mean I dont know. I really want to be with him, or atleast hook-up all the time like we used to. I'm scared, and I don't know if it's the right thing to talk to him, because I'm so embaressed now that he knows excaclty how I feel. But I want him. What can I say to him after all this to want him to be close with me again?

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Once you've gotten over the shock, have a talk with him.

Tell him what you told me and apologize for anything you said that might have hurt him.

Ask him how he feels about renewing your relationship and hope for the best.

Good luck! George

-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com

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