I am just too serious because I fell in love with her

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I am 16 years old and my girlfriend jsut recently broke up with me. We were best friends for about 4 months before we went out. She said she has always had a thing for me. She used to love me. I could tell by the way she acted and talked to me. She would always tell me that she loved me and that her feelings for me were stronger than my feelings for her. After a couple months of dating, she said I changed. I think it was that I just too serious because I fell in love with her. She broke up with me a couple months later becuase she felt it wasnt fair to me that I loved her and she didnt love me. She said she didnt know what love was. Two days later we started going out again because she missed me. A couple weeks later she broke up with me again and said it was too stressful. Every guy wants her and I dont know what I should do. Should I leave her alone? Should I keep talking to her and try to convince her? Everytime I try to convinve her, though, she gets upset or has nothing to say. Do you think she still has feelings for me?

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I'm sorry you are in this situation.

The best thing you can do in your situation is to remain friends with her. Call her once a week to see how she is doing, to let her know you still care, and to maintain contact. Be cheerful, don't dwell on your relationship and limit the calls to 15 mins. This will give her the space she needs and gives you the contact that you need.

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Good luck! George

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