Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
I'äve read through many of your answers on this site and some of your tips...and I'm really impressed. You seem like you know very much what your are talking about. So I kinda hope that you could help me feel a little better.
I've been together with my ex girlfriend for almost 10 months...and I've never loved somebody so much. I could do anything for her...and she really loved me too. The problem was that we lived 40 minutes from eachother...and we both have school so we could only see each other on weekends. But it worked, a while anyway...The last two months we've been fighting more and more over really dumb stuff...I've been a real jerk too. I had to move to another city and now we live 2 hours away, so it was hard and when I missed her really much I didn't always think before I spoke. Anyway...She felt that she couldn't be in a relationship with that kind of commitment especially when we were so far away from each other..and at the same time she met another guy that she liked. So now she is together with him..but she doesn't want anything serious with him. But she says she doesn't love me anymore. I know that we could naver make it work like this..but after three years..she is going to move to the city where I live in, she wants to study here. So we'll be seeing each other again then. We are very good friends now...we talk almost everyday. What I want to know is...do you think there will be a chance for us to get together again? Even if she says she doesn't love me anymore now?
I really love this girl. I've tried to look at other girls but I just can't imagine myself being together with somebody else. And I could wait three years for here with no problems. But will there be any chance? I know she really loved me because we were great when we were together...we both walked on clouds..the bad thing was that we only saw eachother two days a week.
Thank you very much
I see no reason why you shouldn't continue talking with her as a friend and when she is closer the chemistry might bring you back together again. Keep up your hopes but don't pressure her. Hope this makes you feel a little better.
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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