I asked her what her answer was but, she won't tell me

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I been going out with my girlfriend for about 5 or 6 weeks. And everybody hates that we are going out so, they try to break us up. It worked a couple times, but, we've beat them this time. So far we've been great and i've fallin in love with her. Then the other day we got in a little fight, but, we made up in just like a hour. Then she said something about married, and were only 14. But, I had a idea. So, I went out and bought a ring and asked her to marry me. But, not until we got older, but, for now let us be engaged. We'll she said she'll thank about it. Then, i seen her talkin to her ex, whick is my best friend. I walked up to her and she said that she wanted to talk to him in private so, i left them alone. Then, he went home then I asked her what her answer was but, she won't tell me. What is going on, and what should I do?

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Age 14 is too early to be engaged.

She is probably realizing this and is afraid to tell you to your face.

You could help her out by saying "Maybe we are too young to be engaged." That way she can easily agree with you if that's the way she feels.

Good luck! George

-- from George
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