I sometimes think that she's just hiding it from me and that she really does love meVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Well, im 17 years old. Me and my girlfriend split up a week ago over an argument and because I was acting jelouse lately. Also, I cheated on her over temptation I really didn't want to but did anyways.she dont know that i cheated on her. I really want her back I miss her and love her. we had an arguement that I said " sometimes I been feeling single and that I have no girlfriend" she really took it the bad way. I also play football and she wants me to concetrate on that and school. However, a few days later that we broke up she hook up with her best friend now I dont know if its true or not because I haven't seen her. right now im scared to call her. She told me that she never told me that she had a conversation about it with me when her best friend told her that he had feelings for him because she would never see herself dating him. Right now im heart broken and i know im young but it's the way I feel. Now I think that relationships between best friends would never work out because I would never date my best friend. I want any advice that would help me have her back for one more time and not make any mistakes this time. While we were dating i had problems with her father that he didnt like me. However, we still dated because she told me that she loves me and i took it serious. we do live far about 15 miles away. I live in new jersey while she lives in new york. I really want her back. She still tells me that shes mad at me because of what i said when i felt single and that i didnt have her. She tells me she loves me but then one day she tells me she doesnt anymore then the next that she doesnt know if she loves me or not. I sometimes think that she's just hiding it from me and that she really does love me. Well, please help me on any advice.
p.s. she is 15 years old
The first thing to do is to make sure she knows that you still love her.
After that you can talk about getting together as friends. Being together might bring her back again.
Don't give up, she sounds like a very nice girl.
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