i had already had a post for a sexual question but maybe if i have a question less of that nature i'll get more real advice...as for the girl that i was talking about. well, we had dated for 3 months and off and on for 7 months....i was and still am like madly in love with her and she still loves me to some extent. well her parents started to get a little suspicious of us and then she kinda scared herself out of loving me in an intimate way (i guess you can say) but there's definately still a chance for us in the future...or so she says. i dont really want to get my hopes up but i would like to give it one last try for a relationship rather than friendship or just sex. what do you think i should do? should i go for it one last time, and if so how do i come about it. am i risking the friendship? i'm soo desperate cuz i really love her, i would die for this girl. friendship is great and i can settle but i at least want to make one last effort....any advice?
Posts: 7 | From: houma, la US | Registered: Jul 2002
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My advice would be to just let it be friendship for a while, so she can get over or deal with her fears. If, however, you're totally getting the vibe that she wants to keep the romance, then tell her how you feel. Communication is always a good thing.
The big problem here is that I don't know her so my advice could be way off. Cursed be the deity who forgot to give me extra psychic powers so I could be the ultimate advice-giver.
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