Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
ill start off easy. ive been dating this girl for about a month strong now. we had a talk last nite about how she wont have time for a relationship because of her career choice. now our relationship is going good. no fights no cheating no lying nothing. just the simple fact of her not wanting to open up to have a relationship. she still has here junior year an senior year of highschool left then she goes to a near by college. after her college she ahs to move to london for 6 months then she has to go on a cruise ship for how ever long she has to. she will eventually coem back to the us but...wel were talking an she was saying to me that she doenst want to have a strong relationship because of that fact. she doesnt want to love someone then leave them. i told her that 4 years is a long time. she siad more than likely we will not last that much more. an thats not what i want. im falling for this girl an i know i shouldnt be. what im tryin to ask is how do i get her to stay in a relationship with me? i want her to be able to have strong feelings for me. she says if she starts developing strong feelings she stop herself an shut me out. i really really really need a pros help on this. im sorry it was so long but i got to know what to do. if i wasnt specific enough let me know in my email. but please ive prayed to God to help keep this relationship. all im asking is that u can give some to.. thank you
Tell her you just want a relationship through high school.
This may appeal to her since she is so organized about her life.
You will have two years to develop a relationship with her. If it works out then she will likely continue it to college. If the relationship doesn't work out then you at least gave it a shot.
Good luck! George
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