We lost the communication, it seems like she's not interested anymore,

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Hi, hope you remember me from last time, just in case you forgot, here's what happened. Well, I like a girl A*, I told her i like her, but i decided to ask her out later because of exams, etc. However after the exams, something happened. We lost the communication, it seems like she's not interested anymore, I can feel that her feeling has changed, but everytime i saw her around other guys, i felt jealous and i got angry. After a while, i'm fine and i apologized. And she asked me what happened, I didn't tell her at once, but i did eventually. Then i told her to hate me(coz i can't handle it, i guess). But she said she doesn't...And now i don't know what to do...

My questions are the following:
What happened?
Is it normal for me to be jealous?
Am i doing the right thing?
Should I move on? And how ?

RomanceClass.com Advice

What happened? -- you are going to have to find out from her. At your age feelings change quickly so that could be the explanation.

Is it normal for me to feel jealous? -- Yes it is normal but it is not a good thing. Try to fight those jealouss feelings with all your might and they should go away.

Am I doing the right thing? -- It sounds like you are. You are still talking with her which is the most important thing right now.

Should I move on. And how? -- Don't give up on her quite yet. As long as she is talking to you as a friend you have a chance of patching things up with her.

Good luck!

-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com

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