I wish I could tell him how much I love him
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
Dear romance class,
Its been two weeks since my boyfriend broke up with me. Theres not a day that goes by when i don't think about him. Hes the first thing I think about when I wake up and the last thing I remember before I sleep.
When we were together, we felt what the other person felt. When one of us was hurting, we both hurt. When one of us was happy, we both laughed. Unlike everyone else in my ife, he was the one person I felt comfortable with. We understood eachother and opened up emotionaly. We were both happy. He told me that this was the first time in a while that he had been so happy with me. I was thinking the same way. I was falling in love.
But I was pushing him away. (ignoring him in the hallways) I was affraid of being hurt. Affraid of hurting him. Affraid of falling in love. People come up to me at school and they tell me the main reason why he broke up with me was because he thought I didn't like him anymore.
Now, atleast, we say "hey" whenever we see eachother. (which is everyday) When I look into his eyes, my heart races. My stomach twists. I'm still in love with him. People at school go up to him and ask him why doesn't he give me another chance. He tells them that he'll think about it. Some of his friends even come up to me and ask if I really did like him or not.
All I want now is him. I wish I could tell him that he's the only one I want to be with. I wish I could tell him how much I love him, that I miss him and that it doesn't make any sense for us to be apart and look for something that we already have. I'm positive that he's waiting for me to make the first move since the breakup was mainly my fault. Please help me! How should I approach him, and when I do, what should I say?
There is nothing stopping you from telling him just what you told me.
Do it in person if possible, otherwise on the phone, email, chat, or a letter.
The message is very clear: you still love him and want another chance.
Get that message to him and you may get just what you want.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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