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Break-up, make-up - February 8th 2015, 02:38 AM

I met this boy previously earlier this year. He had a girlfriend but his girlfriend wasn't very good to him, so he dated me instead. He broke up with me because he's not allowed to date and neither am I so I understood. He went back to his girlfriend...? So then they broke up and we became really good friends again. He still likes me and really wants to date me but doesn't want to get us in trouble. I'd really like to make this work out, any ideas?
   
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Re: Break-up, make-up - February 8th 2015, 02:43 AM

Er, well, maybe you should just not date until you're allowed to do so...? It'd make it a lot easier on all parties involved, and if he still wants to date you when you're allowed to date one another, you'll know he's about as serious about you as any young teenager could be.


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Re: Break-up, make-up - February 8th 2015, 04:32 PM

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I don't think this guy knows what he wants, he likes you but it sounds like he likes his girlfriend aswell. I think he's confused. I think you should speak to your parents about you being allowed to date, I don't think it does people any harm to date, as long as they are being responsible and not rushing into things. Your parents may surprise you.

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Re: Break-up, make-up - February 8th 2015, 06:03 PM

I agree with Anna. What's the age your parents have allowed you to date at? Maybe you should just wait until then and be friends. I hate to sound like an oldie, but 13 is pretty young for serious relationships. You have plenty of time, so there is no hurry. Get to know each other and work on your friendship.


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Re: Break-up, make-up - February 8th 2015, 07:35 PM

I agree with the other posters. If you're not allowed to date it might be best to be friends for now. Friendships can still be wonderful, rewarding relationships, you and you'll have time to date later.



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