My Parents Broke us Up

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
I have an ex that my parents won't let me talk to or see at all. I really miss him but it feels like he just isn't there anymore. like he dissapeared and I'm losing my feelings for him but I don't want that to happen. Is there anything I can do? I don't know whats happening please help! I'm only 15. Advice
It's unfortunate that your parents chose that tactic. Is that teaching you that the only way to deal with certain people is to avoid them completely? If they were worried about him hurting you, they could have said that he could only see you at your house with them present - which would have let you two stay friends, and had them comfortable with how you two were interacting. But in any case, they made their choice and now you have to live with it.

If they don't want you guys seeing each other, that's one thing. But hopefully you can still write each other letters, just to stay friends. For them to say you can't be friends any more is a bit extreme. So write your *friend* a letter! Just say what you've been doing and so on. Hopefully you two can write each other back and forth and stay pen pals. Maybe after a few months of this, where you stay friends, your parents will see that you two are being helpful and supportive of each other.

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