I Cry for Little Reason

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
BACKGROUND: I have been going out with my girlfriend for ten and a half months and we have both told one another that we love each other and i know we both love each other a lot too. We have gotten up to kissing and i felt her up a little around her legs but that's as far as we are for now.

PROBLEM: Whenever I think of her I get really upset and I am not sure why. This is recently happened ever since we started opening up too each other and could it be because of her not being in a good financial situation or her parents being broken up which both bother me but not that much or could it maybe be me suffering from depression?

Your help is really appreciated and I am asking for your help because it is ruining my relationship. It has gotten to the point I almost cry when listening to her favorite song Fireflies.

Thanks again:)

RomanceClass.com Advice
You indicated you're in the 13-15 age group which is when bodies are FULL of hormones. When I was that age I would cry at the drop of a hat! It's really out of your control. It'll pass in a few years which I know is not much consolation now :)

I would talk with whatever adults you have access to, just to make sure it's not something more serious, but while you set up that appointment I would keep in mind that being emotional is fairly typical for teens and it is natural biology. So do not stress TOO much about having these emotions.


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