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Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Ok me and her broke up in early november because she didnt have time for a relationship, which i pretty much created because she had very little time, and i had to much time which ended up making me look really needy and clingy. But around new years i heard she still had feelings for me, she just couldnt have a boyfriend. During this time, we hung out a few times, and it got pretty deep, but nothing bout the relationship was said. Then she backed off for a couple weeks, but still contacted me some and when i didnt respond right away, she would ask a mutual friend if i wasnt talking to her any more. But this last weekend, she ended up comming over to my house to watch a movie. At first she was very distant. But by the end of the night we were heavily flirting. Like we got into tickle fights and she was pretty much on top of me. And it just felt like we had that connecion again.

So i was thinking about doing somthing for her for valentines. Like take her to breakfast and get her a card or somthing like that, just to let her know i still have more than friend feelings for her. Is this a good idea?

And another thing is, i want to let her know that i have matured a lot since we broke up, and i realize that i became needy pushy. Can i like write it in the card or somhing like that? Or maybe just tell her at breakfast?

And any other advice is greatly appreciaed!

Thanks!




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Your ideas and plans are good ones.

Especially writing that you have matured a lot. Once she reads it, she may want to discuss it at breakfast.

Take some flowers and black chocolates if you can afford it.

Keep smiling so she knows you are not needy.

Good luck! George

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