I love to do cute little things for her but we are separated now
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
ok well ive been dating this girl for like 2 years and we have been on and off lately i love her with all my heart i love to do cute little things for her but ive been feeling like she takes me for granted and dosent love me as much as i love her i bought her a locket a while ago and a ring but she never really wore any of them i always take her on cute romanitc dinner and dates like concerts i bye her chocolate and flowers for no reason but we dectied to take a break to realize what we want she told me that she was not going to go clubbing in the time she was thinking about actually persuing something serious with me but she lied she did go clubbing it was my b day when i found out i felt sad and mad because she lied and she also talked to a boy i dont get along with i fought him a while ago i restpeted her by not talking to girls she has problems with and i feel she dont respect me she has broken my heart once and this is the second time i broke up with her on my b day but i want her to call me i thought she woulud realize what she is losing but i havent had a call from her i dont know what to do the first time we broke up i called her telling her how much i loved her and that we could work things out i would bye her flowers and place them on her door step i guess i was expecting her to do the same for me i still love her and want to be with her but at the same time i feel like i cant take the heat break any more what should i do please help me im going crazy
IM 17 YEARS OLD
I am sorry you are in this tough situation.
You are torn between trying to make up with her again or calling it quits. You said you are not sure you can take the heart break if it happens again.
My advice is to try to make up with her and don't worry about heart break... if it happens, you will just have to deal with it. You know all the right things to do for a girl, so should go ahead and do them and I wish you luck!
If you want to let things drop with her, try to find someone you can talk to about this so you don't have to shoulder it all yourself. Friends, family, school psychologist, professional counselors are good choices.
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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Taking you for granted?