he is acting bored with me but when i ask he says that he is not bored.Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
hey i have been going out with this guy for some time but i think we are getting distant.he used to say that he loved me and then a skate park got built and since that we have hardly seen each other and he is acting bored with me but when i ask he says that he is not bored.people keep telling me to split with him but i love him even if he doesnt like me back anymore.what am i going to do do you think that he really doesnt want to be with me? is him being disstant a sign ? im really upset and i want him to like me again.can you give me any tips to get him back? thank you so much if you can help xxx
All relationships tend to go through phases, when you're in love with someone, you want to spend every waking minute with them. Then when you're comfortable with them you tend to focus on other things. It sounds like you've hit the comfortable stage where things are going well and he's paying more attention to his boarding than to you. This of course drives you crazy and you're perfectly within your rights to say, "We need to hang out more together" and make him pay more attention to you. But his boarding does not mean that he's bored with you. It just means he has a fun new thing to do for a while, and when he gets bored of it, he'll come back to you.
Trust him when he says he's not bored. If he wanted to break up with you, he would have. Don't dump him just because you're scared that he will. Just have patience that he'll come around again.
-- from Jenn
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