Im so confused!!!

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Ok i dont even know where to girlfriend and i have been dating steady for a month...and then she asked me to marry her...i said yes, then the next day i asked her so it was "official" then things were good. Until, she told me a week later that she like my best friend...and we broke up on friday of last week...its now monday and i feel so depressed, because she pretty much dumped her feonce(sp) for my best friend...all in all she told me that she wanted to take a break and see if i was really the one...and also to see what else is out there...she told me that all i had to do was prove to her that i love her and then i would have her back, and she would break up with my best friend...i guess what im asking is how do i prove to her that i love her...because even after all the pain and tears, i still wanna spend the rest of my life with her...
Thanks fof the help - Ethan Advice
You are rushing things too fast.

Neither of you are ready for long term commitments. Especially your ex.

But, if you want to prove your love do what lovers have done for thousands of years. Tell her you love her, send her flowers, send her notes and poems, make her a CD of her favorite songs, take her out to dinner, buy her dark chocolate, hang out with her, sing her songs, keep yourself clean and well groomed (hair, clothing, etc.), read to her. Tell her that you love her, tell her you care, tell her you will always be there. Talk about getting a job, buying a house, having babies, growing old together.

Good luck! George

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