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Old 08-26-2003, 02:24 AM   #1
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Well my gf dumped me after a month. Heres a little about us. Shes 14, im 17. We have lots in common, we are physically attracted to each other, we get along great, and i treat her and love her to death. And she said the same for me. But all of asuden this last week, she said she didnt feel that "emotion" for me anymore. I just dont understand how something can fade when we are good together, and not brew? I dont know what to think anymore, i just think she doesnt know anything but the feeling of infatuation, isnt what we have the basis of a good relationship? =/

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Old 08-26-2003, 04:23 AM   #2
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Well 14 is pretty young, and 17 is also young. You've only been dating a month, and I don't know, maybe it's for teh best. Do you really want to be involved with someone who doesn't care about you in the same way you care about her?

Old 08-26-2003, 08:59 AM   #3
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At 14 i don't think many girls (or guys) really know what they want. I think that there's a big step taken in maturity when a person hits the 11th or 12th grade. Not a huge step, but enough. I think you've probably taken that step & you want more out of a relationship than she does. She probably just wants a "cute" guy. Her definition of "cute" is probably dictated totally by her friends. I wouldn't take it too hard. She's just too immature. You'll find another.


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Old 08-26-2003, 11:16 PM   #4
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joey love is right man, the only thing a 14 year old would want a 17 year old for is a trophy. how do you think she would talk to other girls her age about you?
"my boyfriend plays basketball"
"o yeah, well, mine plays football"
"o yeah, well, mines 17"
end of story. thats probably how she would describe you. i know its harsh but its the truth. and im not trying to insult you or anything dude, but i think that if your in high school dating anyone two years either older or younger than you is... well...kinda weird. dont lower yourself to someone that much younger than you. you will end up getting hurt(much like you just did) every time. seriously, no offense man, but from one 17 year old to another, set your sights higher, you may find it more satisfying.

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