She doesn't want to get hurt again
Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
rite...about 4 months ago i started to like this girls in my year at school,problem was she had a b/f.I was at a party with my mates and she was at the same party with hers. I started talking 2 her and we ended up exchanging mobile numbers. Over the next month we had long conversations via Text messages. During one of these many convo's she asked me who i was interested in, i told her that i was interested in her but i knew nothing could happen cos she had a b/f.She told me that she liked me 2 and she wanted 2 finish with her b/f.(She did this about 2 weeks after.)We grew closer and closer until but she kept telling me nothing was gonna happen at the moment cos she was still getting over her b/f.I waited and waited. Then finally 1 night we ended up alone at a party...She asked for a kiss and i delivered, we were kissing for about 10mins.The next day i asked her wat was gonna happen between us and she said nothing cos we were good friends and she didn't want to mess that up. I felt really down for a week or so. She then texted me and told me to call her. I did and she asked to take back what she said cos she liked me 2 much for nothing not 2 happen. We got really close again. One night she was meant 2 be coming 2 my house, she cancelled an hour b4 she was meant 2 arrive, and later told me nothing was gonna happen..Again!She told me she wasn't gonna change her mind this time. I felt pretty low for a couple of weeks but started to get over her. But recently we have started 2 get close again, im taking her to the prom and we have attended events outside school together, but im basically scared to say i have feelings 4 her just in case i mess things up and get hurt again. I have spoke to a friend of hers and she said that the reason nothin happened was because she didnt want 2 get hurt again. Im so confussed. Help!!!
Just keep doing what you are doing and her feelings will soon outweigh her fears. You both like each other and time will do its thing if you are patient.
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