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Boyfriend tries to commit suicide



Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
My boyfriend and i have been dating for almost two months and we love each other or at least i think we do. Well he cares alot about what other people say or think of him and i don't really care. This one noght he went to go hang out with his friends and some one had said something about me and he got really pissed off and said that he didn't want to be with me anymore. The next day when i heard about all this i wrote him a letter and told him to get some balls and i dumped him. The day after that my sister went over to his house and yelled at him too. That same night he tryed to kill himself and said he didn't want to be in this world anymore. His mother put him in the hospital so he could get help. Now he said that he never wants to see me again but when he got back he asked if i could come down. I still love him so much and i know that he still has feelings for me but i don't know if he'll ever be able to let go of the fact that i've done what i've done and i can't change it so he just has to trust me more. He also thinks that i was cheating on him even though i was with him every single min of the day.I just don't know if he'll ever be able to forgive me for everything that has happend and i just want him to came back to me. I know that he wants to but he thinks that i'll hurt him again how do i get him to trust me and not hurt hiself anymore???????????? I'm 17 yars old and he's only 15 what should i do?




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You are dealing with an immature, over-emotional boy.

My strong advice is to not try to mend the fences with him but to move on to greener pastures.

Hopefully his parents have him in counseling and he can learn to control his emotions. Until then I suggest staying away from him.

It would be very, very difficult to convince someone like him to trust you or anyone else.

Sorry this advice is so grim, but I am worried about you and how you will be affected by having a relationship with him.

Good luck,
George

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