Just can't loose the gripVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
It began in the fifth grade when we first went out, still very much children not knowing a thing about love. from fifth till our junior year of high school we always were on and off with each other. senior year came i ended it completley, or so i thought. it wasn't going in the direction i was looking for and thought that this would be best since we would be in different towns now that i would be in college the next year. well senior year went by and we were both doing our own thing, never really saying anything more than hi how you doing. then the summer of my freshman year at college, my parents split up and my grandfather died. i really needed somone to talk to and i started talking to her again. well freshman year had started and i was missing her more than ever. it's like the old saying you don't know what you have till it's gone. well now im still a freshman and i need her in my life completely. i don't know how she feels because she won't take the time to see me. about a month ago we were drinking together and we "rekindled" the love we had. now she doesn't talk to me and i'm left confused. i love her and i know she could be the one for me. ever since fifth grade i've loved her but just now i'm realizing it. i need help.
It doesn't sound like she is interested in you.
You will have to woo her again and let her know you are serious.
After all the years of on and off again she needs reassurement that you really care for her and it's not just the "freshman lonely blues" that is talking.
Call, write, email, whatever and communicate with her regularly even if she doesn't want to at first.
Plan some good times with her and tempt her with them. Maybe she will slowly come back to you.
Good luck! George
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