Will things be okayVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
Okay well there was this guy I met this year in one of my classes. Later on in the year we talked and text and got to know eachother. He has graduated now but the week before I gave him a story about how I met him and how he changed my life in a great way. We hadn't talked in awhile so I wanted him to remember me and all he did for me. He gave me hug the next day at school after he had read the story and said it was the best gift he ever got and he signed my yearbook "love forver and with abounding faith in you". He also said that he would be there to hold my hand when I'm scared or talk to me when I needed someone. So two days later I messaged him this off the wall message on myspace basically saying that I wanted to talk to him only I did it in a round about way and the message sounded weird and made no sense....The next night I messaged him explaining my last message but he never resonded...I text him the next day and he seemed fine..But I am still worried about the other messages. My guess is that he is probably busy since he just graduated and all. But I am so afraid of loosing him as a friend for some weird message. I think he meant what he said to me in my yearbook and I think I just need to give him a couple weeks of space! If you have anything that can help me I would appreciate it...He means the world to me and I am so afraid of loosing him over something silly that I regret doing so much
If he is a good guy, he won't hold a poorly contructed message against you.
I agree with you that what he wrote in his yearbook is how he really feels about you. Continue with that attitude and expect the best out of him.
As you said, he needs a little space after graduation. But not too much space.
Good luck! George
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