i love him too much
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
i HATE love. why do people go on about their perfect relationships? it's not worth it. it hurts so much.
i am new to this. i am 16. i belong to a small group of friends which consists of 2 boys, 2 girls, me and my sister. i went out with one boy for a while, but it sisn't work. i have often got a lot of attention from guys, all of which i apreciated, but it was unwanted. now, reall, i have falled heart-fist for the only boy who can never love me back. well, i met him on a group holiday trip, and he had not many oher friends, so i sort of 'nurtured' him- basically, we go way back. and recently he's had a lot of attention from girls, and his ego has gone way up. he has all good intentions, i know that, but i can't handle the jealousy. he said he's liked me since we met, 2 years ago, and recently, we found ourselves kissing. i have never experienced chemistry like it. and now, he keeps sending me mixed signals all the time, he flirts with everyone, but especially my sister, but then again, he is very attention seeking. i can see through the act, and have told him that, and he says that he loves me. but, i can't believe it, however truthful he is being.
basically, i have never felt this way over anyone before. it's destroying me. i can't give it up. i love him so much. i adore him. all the small things about him, once i've appreciated them, i cannot go on without him. and he is toying with my heart. i don't know what to do.
please help :'(
thank you so much for reading so far
Sometimes when you love someone too much, it overwhelms them and they cannot respond.
Step back from the situation and look at the big picture. Since you want him so much you don't want to pressure him. Be sure he knows you like him and be his best friend (if you can) and give him good advice.
If you go on the way you are, it is probably a doomed relationship. Don't put so much pressure on him but keep him interested. Talk to him a lot, share feelings, and be affectionate (compliment him, etc.) This is far more likely to have good results than your overwhelming love for him.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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