I want him back.

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
Well, I met a guy, who I really liked. He told me he felt the same way,and we started going out, but he dumped me after a day. It's been 5 months and I can't get over him. But just as I WAS getting over him, he told me he liked me, so I started liking him again. But a few days after he said he liked my friend, and he seems to have forgotten all about any feelings he had for me. I am really confused, and I don't know what to do. I've tried to move on, but nothing works, I just really want to have a chance with him. He knows how I feel about him. Is there anything I could do to get him back?

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A possible way to get him back is to find out what he really loves... music, sports, drama, etc. Talk with him about those subjects. Stay the way you are, but build on your strengths. Like if you like clothes or make up then do a very good job on those. Or maybe you like to cook... make him some chocolate chip cookies.

Gradually get him to like you by doing small things which he will enjoy. If you have the nerve, ask him to go to the movies with you "as friends." Remember that even if you don't get him back, all your efforts will not be wasted because you can use the skills you learned to attract and keep the next boy you get a crush on.

Good luck! George

-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com

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