Become his friendVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
I was with this guy for almost a year. We had a very special and close relationship. There was one little problem, I was and still am a virgin. Don't get me wrong he never tried to force me to have sex with him. He was very understanding. He told me that it was my choice, not his. Since I cared about him so much I tried to have sexual intercourse with him, but it hurted really bad and I was very nervous and afraid. After awhile, he got really horny, so we broke up because I wasn't ready and he cared about me enough to not cheat on me. Now he is talking to this other girl, but he is cheating on her. I know for sure that he nevered cheated on me while we were together. I believe he still cares about me alot, because I always catch him looking at me when he shouldn't be. We have been broken up for almost two months. Recently I just had my hair cut and he told me how nice it looked and how much he liked it. Okay, when we are at shcool he doesn't talk to me, but he is constantly looking at me. Especially when I am with another boy. Whenever I call his sister ( we are pretty good friends) he is always trying to make small talk. So tonight I asked him why he talks to me on the phone but not at school, and he said because he didn't think I wanted to talk to him and that he was afraid to talk to me. How can he be afraid to talk to me when we have been friends for 4-5 years and was in a relationship for almost a year? What should I do? Will we ever get back in a relationship? Tell me what I should do.
Please help me!!!!!
Be his friend again.
This will strengthen the bond between you two and after some time he may want to come back to you.
In fact, the way he answered your question raises the possibility that he does like you and wants to get back together again.
So, make a point of getting back together as friends and who knows what will happen.
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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