Losing your chances

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
ok i am 18 and she is 16 and i posted a question the other day about me and my girlfriend arguing because i never see her and she is stressed out because of work. well me her mom and herhad a talk and kind of figured things out that me and my girlfriend are going to stay together but only if i dont cause as much stress and that i support her for the time i see her and not argue. well today was her first day off work and i didnty see her at all and wheni finally did stupid me came right out with my feelings and told her that i miss her and that i want to see her more. well it cause more stress and she said i am never going to change and now she dont know if she wants to be with me or not because she dont know if we are right for eachother after 1 year and 3 months. i keep asking her if we are going to keep going out and she said she dont know yet. i really am tring to change for her and support her but she dosent think i can. so in the mean while what can i do while she is thinking to prove to her that i am trying to change? i mean she has work all this weekend so i can see her must if at all. what can i do? please help me. i dont want to lose her again.

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The answer the other day was for you to make the 40 minutes the most pleasant and stressless as you can. So the first chance, you start a fight that turns her off.

So, if you get another chance, be as sweet as you possibly can to her and that will show her you can change. It's all up to you!

Good luck,

-- from George
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