Make up your mind

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
You've already answered a couple of questions for me before. But this time i don't even know what category to put this question in. I was dating a guy on and off for about three months. We'll we had a fight the other night and i miss him so much. I feel like i see his truck every where and i dont' want to see him just in case he;s with another girl in which case i would be extrememly jealous. i love him, but when i'm around him i want him to kiss on me and touch me but as far as being in a relationship with him i just think were too different. But when were not dating anymore i miss him alot and i think about him all the time. this makes me sad and miserable when he's not in my life. I think that i try to fight my feelings for him because he's so good to me that i feel like i don;t deserve someone like him.What does all this mean? Advice
When we are sad about a relationship it is often that we don't know what we want or we know what we want but can't or don't know how to get it.

It sounds like you don't know what you want. And, you say you are not good enough for him. You need to figure out what you want and then go for it. First, though, build up your self confidence. You certainly are good enough for him... everybody is good enough for everybody. It's only that some people just don't work out well together.

Focus on what it is like being with him. You seem to like it but only up to a point. Figure out what that point is and why you seem to get hung up there. That will help you figure out the rest.

Good luck,

-- from George
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