She likes me but is confused
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
To start from the beginning, 2 years ago I switched high schools due to the fact that I could not stand my last high school. My old high school had I believe just over 1,000 students and my new school...just 90. I immediately found out that the selection pool of girls had to choose from was very very small and well none of them could give me what I wanted in a relationship, what I want is someone to be there for me, too make me feel better when I'm down and just be a companion who is more than a friend. I had just entered my sophomore year of high school when I started feeling some depression due to the fact that I desperately wanted a girlfriend who fit what I wanted so...In my head I made one up. Now, jump forward to junior year, a friend of mine from my old school tells me that there is this girl he just became friends with that I should meet. So we schedule a time to hang out and everything. I was completely surprised when I met her...she was literally the exact person that I had made up in my head a year ago and was everything I could ask for in another human being. I immediately was smitten and we started hanging out very often and talking on the phone all the time, and then one day she asked me out...and it was amazing...while it lasted. Just a week into our relationship she broke up with me, she was saying she was feeling confused and didn't think it was a good idea for us to go out, I was immediately devastated and started talking to my friend who had introduced me to her since the two of them are quite close. What I have found out is that she stills likes me but is very confused about her sexuality, her religion and is going through some depression. I have tried telling her I will be there for her through everything but, she wont take me back...Please I would like some answers on how to handle this, I want more than anything for her to take me back and for this to work out.
Thank you in advance.
Try to become friends again and just hang out. This will give you an opportunity to find out what is troubling her and perhaps help her.
It isn't unusual for people to become confused at some point in their life.
Give her time to get her thoughts together and she may be ready to come back.
She will need someone to talk with and you could be that person.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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