is she the one..?
Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
i think she is the one...and i think she is "perfect"..i care about her..and i love her so much...but am i "too young" to really know?i love everything about her...but i wasnt sure about us at first...and i cheated a couple times..but i really wish i hadnt...i told her a couple months later...because i didnt want to hurt her..but i couldnt live with the guilt...i love her so much...and i want to be with her forever..and she feels the same way about me..we met over the internet..and havent met in rl yet...but we are soon...and when we're 18 or 19..were going to get married....she asked me not too long ago...we both love each other very much...but will it last..? she means everything to me...and i know i have done wrong...but i dont want to ever cheat on her again..shes the only one i want..but..again..will it last..?...and...the only other problem is that if i break up with her, or if she breaks up with me...im going to commit suicide...and so will she...i dont think life is worth it without her, and i think she IS the one..but im not sure...although i really hope she is...because i want to be with her for the rest of my life...every day we find more and more in common with each other..and any time one of us does something wrong to the other...we fix it, an it makes us stronger....but i want to know for sure...weve lasted 5 months....will we last 50 years..?
If you feel serious about suicide, contact a health professional or you parents immediately!!
Here is my honest opinion. You might not like it. You and she are too young to be talking about suicide or marrying. You have your whole life ahead of you and I can almost guarantee that you will be dating other people before you know it. This is especially true since you haven't meat in rl.
Life is short and you should enjoy it. Don't waste it on a long-distance romance where the odds are against you. There is no harm in continuing with your relationship, but don't put a lot of faith in it. Remember you are young and even if you were 18 I would say the same.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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