And (unlike other relationships of mine) it's not all about the sexual atractionVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Me and me ex. broke up about a month ago. We each had the same problems but wouldn't tell the other. So we broke it off with each other. A couple days later we talked and it turned out our problems were the same. We were both ready for more. We both thought that the other was too shy and didn't want to say anything until it got too late. I still see her alot and she acts as if we are still going out now, but she won't decide if she wants to go back out or not. Usually I would let it go and find someone else, but she's differen't. We both have VERY similar spiritual beliefs. And (unlike other relationships of mine) it's not all about the sexual atraction. I've never loved anyone the way i love her, and she's told me the same. And i know this just sounds like standard teenage babble, but we are very diiferen't from the average teen. The longest she'd gone out with anyone before was 3 months. At the time, we'd been going out a yr. and 5 months. Should i fight for her or just wait and see what she wants. It's killing me not to be with her. And it doesn't help that whenever i see her, she tells me that she can't stop thinking about me. I'm just not sure if she's trying to get me to make a move or if she want's some space. (Although, i don't see how that could be it when she's the one who comes to me every time we're around each other). Please Help Me! The thought of not being able to hold her in my arms anymore is killing me, and without an answer as to what i should do, i can't get this off my mind.
The answer seems easy to me.
Ask her out on a date. You both are still interested in each other so why not?
-- from George
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