His behavior is typical of a freshman girlVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
my ex has totally been an jerk to me thru our whole breakup. But also, he always says that he wants to make it work again. yes i do still love him ALOT, but some of the nasty things hes said and done just to hurt me while we were braking up, make me think hes quite controlling... but he is also a very passive loving person.I mean he lives on a farm and is a very hard worker. Our families are very involved, we all get along great! But since the break-up he has turned his family and our friends against me. so i just try to ignore it all, and try to forget him and just move on, but i can't forget him! i still love him! its so hard please help!!! im so confused ive tried it all...nothing works, he still calls me he keeps in contact with my parents and all that yet he treats me like sh*t, if we are out with friends or at school or something. we are both 17 years old and high school seniors i think that our relationship has matured a little more than what hes doing... his behavior is typical of a freshman girl, vicious behind your back but ohh i love you to your face. what can i do to help our relationship get back to normal?
You want to get your relationship back to normal.
Normal is when he is being a jerk, turning his family and your friends against you, treating you like sh*t, and acting like a high school freshman?
Then he wants to make it work again.
Think very hard before you wish for something... you might get it.
But, if you want to give it a shot, then call him once a week and talk for 15 mins asking him how he is doing, letting him know you care for him and are there for him. Be cheerful and don't talk about your relationship. Maybe you can redevelop a friendship which might grow into something more.
Good luck! George
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