I'm in total confusion and i'm out of ideas even when i fail i want to take another chanceVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
For the last two eyars i've been deeply into a girl we'll call her kristen(not real name). I asked her out 2 times. She said no and yes in that order. I was going through a very rough time when she said yes and becasue of alot of insecurities i shyed away. After a few motnhs i gave her a present for valentine's day, thing went well but i went away and when i got back she seemed distant so my frustration boiled over and we haven't tlaked since. I've tried to get over it and for awile i was close but recently i've had a relapse. I'm in total confusion and i'm out of ideas even when i fail i want to take another chance and now i don't even talk to her. i don't know if i should ty again and it's really messing me up.
Please give this one laot of thought i really need a real anwser for once.
You want to have another chance so go for it!
She certainly remembers you and knows you so start talking to her again. She will be happy to see that you are active again. We all make false starts and make mistakes in relationships. The trick is to overcome the mistake and make it right again.
Be very nice to her and give her compliments. Tell her that you were confused the last time and want to do better this time. Girls are always interested in guys who want to talk with them so get up the gumption and do it.
Don't delay... school will be over soon. Try to get her to agree to see you during the summer too. Get her phone number and email so you don't lose contact. If this is too much for you to handle in person, write her a note and let her know how you feel and ask her to give you a note in reply.
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