WHAT SHOULD I DO
Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
I typed here a couple of days ago about a problem i was having well george told me i had the answer all along. Just give her some time and tell her i love her and will be here for her. Well i resently got a scholorship to the corpus cristi marine military acamdemy. something i dreamed of doing sense i was in the 7th grade well because of her i dont want to go i love her so much but heres the problem. on friday and saturday we were in love and i still am but the entire week shes been avoiding me she just resently broke up with her boyfriend and she said she wanted time to be single i understood id wait for her. but the thing is now i dont know if she still loves me she hasent given me indidcation of me being her boyfriend after she wants to date or if im even boyfriend material it seems like she wants me to be her friend or "brother". she didnt say this im just thinking it. well i talked to her today told her i loved her and told her id be her i told her i thought she didnt love me. she said how would you know if i still love u your not in my head maybe i do love you. Well i asked her why she told me she loved me she said she wanted to know someone else loved her other than her family i told her i loved her and always would and id always be there for her. then she just kept saying god and told me she had to clean her room then she hung up. What should i do. she thinks that shes keeping me here and not taking the scholrship she thinks that shes keeping me from my dreams. I do want to go into the military but not going to military school isnt going to stop me from that. I love this girl and ill give up anyhting for her. PLease help i dont know what to do.
If you are willing to do anything for her...
Then this is what you can do for her: forget the idea of giving up your scholarship. She doesn't want you to do that for her, so respect her feelings.
She is more likely to love you if you show her you are dependable and won't drop your plans at this time. She might even get the idea that you are afraid of going to the academy.
You wouldn't be leaving her behind entirely but then it won't be easy either.
Explain to her you are going to the academy so she can be proud of you. You may be pleasantly surprised at the results.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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