Relationship in danger of being dropped.

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
My Girlfriend and I are in a relationship over the internet. We've loved each other for almost a year. We met in the begging of the summer holiday, and loved each other even more. But now there is a problem. she's met some one who she loves as much as me, only he manages to make her happier.
We're meeting up again at the end of the month. She still loves me a lot, and wants to meet at the end of the month too. But she doesn't know if she wants to hold the relationship if there is a person she loves just as much who she can see much more often.

What must I do to remain hers? it's really hard. She loves me, and she would still be fine with the relationship if I could see her more often.

How can I improve to get her to still want to be with me? Advice
The question is not how you can improve, but how you can see her more.

The answer to that is probably that you can't increase your "in-person" time very much at your age.

As you said, she has met someone she loves as much as you but with whom she can spend more time. This is sad to say, but you really can't do anything except hang around in case things don't work out with them. Keep contacting her and being her best friend and giving her support.

Ask yourself how you would feel if you found someone local that you fell in love with. That's how she feels.

Hang in there, she may come back but you have to be there for her.

Good luck! George

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