confused as hellVisitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
okay heres how it goes. A year ago one of my best friends tried to set me up with his sister but i already had a girlfriend. But after she and i broke up i got interested in my friends sister but she didn't want a boyfriend right then because her grandfather had terminal cancer and i understood so instead i helped her out with that by bein there for her and we got realt close during those few months. But then one day i was going to track practice and she wasn't there. then when i got home my mom told me she had called 4 or 5 times crying so i called her right away and she told me that her grandfather had finally died and asked if i'd come to his calling hours. so i did and when i got there she was waiting for me and she nearly knocked me over when she hugged me. but then the next week at school and from then on things between us have been realy strange. i still have my feelings for her and i know she likes me but whenever we go out she seems distante and i keep trying to rekindle what we had but because of how things r i'm always to scarred to ask her to the next level because i don't want things to get any more distant.
The best thing to do in situations like this is to talk with her.
Ask her if there is some reason she is more distant. Perhaps you remind her of her grandfather's death. This will fade soon and maybe things will go back to normal. Be sure to let her know you still care for her.
In any case, the first step to resolving confusion is honest, open conversation.
Good luck! George
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