I ve known her for six years, dated her for three. She has a new guy now...
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I met this girl through a friend of mine, and we hit it off great. Throughout middle school we dated from 7th grade to 9th grade. After we broke up, we were still very close and intimate until about three months ago. She had distanced herself from me and was acting weird, about after a month she confessed that she was talking with another guy and she would probably date him. The new guy is twenty-three, she is six years younger. I do not talk to her anymore since they started dating, but i see her in school everyday. I miss her and her mother, who was like a mother to me. how can i get over her, or maybe win her back? She means a lot to me, and I have not met a girl who compares to her. Thanks.
Try to get what you want by being friends with her mother.
Stop over there from time to time to talk with her and see how she is doing. She probably isn't too happy that her daughter is dating a 23 year old.
But be careful not to try to convince your ex to come back. That would make your ex into a cheater.
Be prepared to need to get over her because it really is unlikely that his will work out your way. The best way to get over someone is to find someone else.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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