i love her, she still loves someone else

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I liked this girl and I confessed my feelings to her. She has feelings for me too and we got into a boyfriend-girlfriend relationship. Well, things ain't so good as we see them.. she told me she is still trying to forget a guy that she once fallen in love for. And the worst thing is, she still gets along with him (I meant in a group of her friends) and she said she felt much more comfortable being with that guy than with me. After some time, she told me that she *still* failed to let him go, and she felt it is unfair for me to remain loving her. She suggested me to give up on her and breakup.. of course I refused, she just meant a lot to me and I love her so much. But now I felt both painful and helpless. Should I remain with her to help her to forget the guy? Or giving up? Or tell the guy about the truth (he doesn't know the girl is my girlfriend)?

RomanceClass.com Advice
Stay with her and be the best boyfriend you can be.

Share information, feelings, and affection with her and you will find her more attracted to you (and you to her). Look good, act good, and be good.

The more she thinks of you the less she will think of him. Don't give up the fight just because the going got tough.

Good luck! George

-- from George
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