What to do?
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Okay, well i have been dating this girl for around 8 months. In the beginning, it was so great, I mean i loved everything, but weve grown together as seniors in high school. Some days she can be so happy and good, others, if i do something, just randomly stupid, I get fussed at and its like i did something horribly wrong. Well before we started dating, I had sex with a girl, but the thing is she want let it down because it was when i was talking to her. She likes to bring up things like that and kinda rub it in my face, like trying to make me feel bad. I've told her so much about me, planned out my life around her, and have just done so much that if I were to break up with her, she would terribly devastated and so would her parents because i think they think were going to get married. We have a lot in common but she stays very busy compared to me and all the time she has is spent with me. There is this one girl that likes me, she is a very nice person and loves things that i love. My current girlfriend likes things that i do, but just not very interested. I love her, but things that she does drives me to a point and i just bury it in myself. SInce weve been dating i havent spent time with my friends hardly at all. how should i go about telling her that i want to do that and what should i do about my relationship, she i keep what i have or see about spending time with my friends and maybe the girl that is so nice and has a lot in common with me? Thanks and sorry for being so long.
Tell her you want to spend more time with your friends.
You have been together too much with her and she is getting on your nerves.
Once you start seeing your friends, things should get better with her, but if they don't then it's time to tell her that you want to split up.
Put the nice girl in the back of your mind while you try to improve relationships with your GF.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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