I think I'm jealous...Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
ok well I've liked this guy since I have been working with him, like since I was 13, and now I'm 15. We have been great friends, even though we only see each other once or twice a week. Well to make things short, I liked him, my mom told him, he ignored that, finally I asked him about it, he rejected me, andd it's been pretty unstable then. but now we are friends again, and I don't really like him anymore, just as a really close friend. now he's 18, I'm 15, and he's got a girlfriend MY age, which is one of the reasons he probably didn't want to go out with me. now it's been a couple of months since that little incident between me and him happened, but once I heard that, it opened up my feelings again. I don't like him that much anymore, but I still care for him. and if it can't be me, then it needs to be someone better. this girl is like a vampire, she is giving him hickies by biting him, and she claims she has no family, his family doesn't like her. she says that she is mature for her age. but, when his mom came into his room one today (Monday), and him, her and one of her cousins were in the same bed sleeping, going back to the no family part. they didn't "do it," but what should I do now? I don't think I'm jealous, I think I'm just worried. what can I do to bring up the subject? I want to help, but I don't want to sound jealous, resulting in a bad friendship. I think he rejected me because he wanted to protect our friendship, but I don't know. Can you help? Sorry, that was confusing, if you have any questions, you can ask. thanks!!
You may be a little jealous, but not too much.
I did have some trouble figuring out what you were asking. It seems that you want to give him advice telling him his GF is not good enough for him. But you don't want to end up with a bad relationship with him.
My advice is to stay out of it. If you did try to give him advice, he would probably not like it and think you are jealous. Just keep being his friend and if he breaks up with her, then you will be there waiting.
Good luck! George
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