Even after we had sex she still felt like I only wanted to have sex with her.Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
Hi I was recently talking to this girl for about 2 half months. I started catching feelings for her and wanted her to become my girlfriend. Sometimes I couldn't tell if she was just talking to because I was buying her things or if she really did like me. I kept telling her that I really did care about her. She kept telling me that she thought I only wanted to have sex with her, but that wasn't the case at all. Sometimes she would treat me very good telling me that she cared about me and other times she would just be evil to me for no reason. I tried me best to show her how much I cared about, but for some reason she still thought I only wanted to have sex with her. Even after we had sex she still felt like I only wanted to have sex with her. I did every thing in my power to help her and to show her that I truly cared about her. I feel like a fool because after I bought her some tennis she started acting different like I thought she would. I made up a story telling her that was going through some hard times. She stop talking to and wasn't anwering none of my phone calls. Then when she did anwer one of them she basicly was rude to me and told she didn't want to talk to me anymore. I don't know what to do because this isn't the first time she told me that she always end up talking to me again. Should I just forget about her and forget the about the tennis or continue to try and be her friend. Please help me and give some suggestions please. I am really a good guy and a good looking person so I don't know why she is treating me like this. I am sorry for wrighting all Of this.
She sounds like she has some serious issues going on for her. If you are willing to put up with the moodines and hot/cold behavior, then go ahead and continue dating her. If you prefer someone a little more stable, then you should go look for someone new. This girl's actions are a little too much, though, and you should talk with her about being a little more under control and honest with you about what's going on in her head. Communication is key and this relationship could use a lot more than it has now.
-- from Jenn
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