winning your exs heart
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
i met my ex a year ago we talked twice n went out for a week n we broke up because she wanted to see me everyday so i understood the break up since we lived in two seperate towns but i took it hard. when i met her i knew i was attracted i got her name and she left then when she was gone for about a minute i realized that i liked her so i ran after her. so when we broke up i called her to ask her why to make sure that i was right. so i decided to give her space when she got a new boyfriend so i never called her then i called her christmas to wish her a merry christmas. so then we went back to school she went to hers i wnet to mine n she txted me telling me that she broke up withher bf . so we started talkin daily n nine onths after meeting her i told her i loved her. n then on valentines day i got her flowers n sent them to her house. she called me in tears.so in march seh said she didnt want to ruin the friendship so we couldnt date agian. so i started talkin to her in the summer n say her agian on her birhtday cuz i got her a gift. And on the fourth of july i asked her out she said no but i knew the answer and the reason. so bout a week later she said only friends n that she wanted me to move on. so my question is, is there anything that i can do to show her i love her n will always take her back in a heartbeat, that i still want to be with her no matter wat n that i will leave if she wants me to but that i want to go out agian how can i get her to see i want only her that i truely love her? the friendship is that i am her bestfriend and that she is my bestfriend but i want to be more then that i wnat to be her one n only. we know each other like no one will ever know us doesnt that count for something
You wrote a few weeks ago with the same question so I'll paste my previous answer here for you to read in case you missed my earlier reply:
She already knows you love her so there is not much more you need to do.
Your next step is to convince her that having a couple relationship will not harm your friendship relationship. If you haven't done so already, ask her to go out as a friend for dinner, bowling, or a walk in the park. Do couple things but as friends.
Make sure that you are on hugging and cheek kissing terms and that she feels comfortable with touching and flirting. It is likely that she will be drawn to you if you do these things.
When you feel it is a good time, tell her how you feel again and ask her to consider being a couple.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com