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I'm looking for a mature relationship not based on just sex.



Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
I'm an 18 year old senior in highschool about to go to college. I'm looking for a mature relationship not based on just sex. There's this girl that im talkin to but im not sure if she's serious about startin a realtionship with me or if she's just a flirt, because there are guys in school that are cuter than me, so there's always doubt in my mind, and the question of "what traits of mine do she like." But now as its the last week of school she wanted me to sign her senior book, i was thinking about putting a poem about her in there, but i dont know if i should let her know how strong my feelings are for her. So my questions are:


1.) Should I just open my heart and let her know exactly how i feel?

2.) Should i put my poem in her senior book when she gives it to me to sign, or just write some little BS messege?


The deal is, I'm looking for a long term relationship, but i have a problem telling her because i dont want to put her in that uncomfortable position, plus im a little scared of getting my heartbroken again. Because that hurts too much. I really hope you can give me some good advice.




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To me, it would all depend on where you and she are going to college. If you're going to the same place, then by all means let her know how you feel. If not, though, then I don't think you should start anything that will end in two months. You may want to carry the relationship while you're in a long distance situation, but when you hit college, things change rapidly and suddenly you may find yourself in a quandary about how to handle it. Just as easy not to start up in the first place.

I wish you luck!

--Jenn



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