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Submitted: 10/09/2013
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User avatar #1 - theflamingfire (10/09/2013) [-]
Murder him....
#6 - nospyonme (10/09/2013) [+] (4 replies)
The first thing I would do is hit that 						****					. Hit it so right and so long that she cant walk normal for a week. If she cant walk right because of all the crazy sex you just had, she isn't going to walk around with some other other guy.    
   
Ideally you are going to want to bone for at least 3 hours, eventually she will grow stronger and you will have to increase the duration to keep her walking funny.
The first thing I would do is hit that **** . Hit it so right and so long that she cant walk normal for a week. If she cant walk right because of all the crazy sex you just had, she isn't going to walk around with some other other guy.

Ideally you are going to want to bone for at least 3 hours, eventually she will grow stronger and you will have to increase the duration to keep her walking funny.
#3 - hugejuggernaut (10/09/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Buddy, I'm sorry. I know apologies on the Internet mean almost nothing, but  we've all been there, or will be.   
   
Sometimes things just happen. Things rarely go according to plan.  I don't know if you two had talked about the bigger things in life, you may be too young to really understand those things anyway. But that doesn't really dull the pain of realizing you may never discover them with that person.   
   
Maybe you are just being jealous. You can't really know, and that's gonna suck.  Red flags turn to on-going suspicion, can develop into a certain level of paranoia, and it may eat at you. You're afraid to lose someone you're emotionally connected to, and that's just how your subconscious is dealing with it. It's a survival mechanism of sorts.  Human beings are poetic in that way.  We live for connection, and have a crippling fear of the day that connection is severed. So as soon as something is not as it seemingly should be, we begin to ease ourselves into the idea of that separation. Not that it's going to suck any less if or when it happens, because it definitely will. But it generally sucks less for the person initiating the separation.  That's just because they're the ones that are weaning off of the other first, usually by beginning something or someone new. That's the most depressing thing about it, I think.   
   
Anyhow, you ask what we would do, well, I may just be a young adult that enjoys emotionally stimulating music and other media, but I don't know. I was in a similar situation not too long ago, and in a way, am still recuperating, but during the end of the relationship I was on the fence. I knew what was happening, tried fighting it, tried to enjoy the moments while they lasted, and also contemplated just withdrawing emotionally. In the end, I still cried, and spent time sulking.   
   
I don't know what else to say about it. It's not a fun boat to be in, but you have support here. Somewhat. Just remember you're never really alone, and to just keep swimming.
Buddy, I'm sorry. I know apologies on the Internet mean almost nothing, but we've all been there, or will be.

Sometimes things just happen. Things rarely go according to plan. I don't know if you two had talked about the bigger things in life, you may be too young to really understand those things anyway. But that doesn't really dull the pain of realizing you may never discover them with that person.

Maybe you are just being jealous. You can't really know, and that's gonna suck. Red flags turn to on-going suspicion, can develop into a certain level of paranoia, and it may eat at you. You're afraid to lose someone you're emotionally connected to, and that's just how your subconscious is dealing with it. It's a survival mechanism of sorts. Human beings are poetic in that way. We live for connection, and have a crippling fear of the day that connection is severed. So as soon as something is not as it seemingly should be, we begin to ease ourselves into the idea of that separation. Not that it's going to suck any less if or when it happens, because it definitely will. But it generally sucks less for the person initiating the separation. That's just because they're the ones that are weaning off of the other first, usually by beginning something or someone new. That's the most depressing thing about it, I think.

Anyhow, you ask what we would do, well, I may just be a young adult that enjoys emotionally stimulating music and other media, but I don't know. I was in a similar situation not too long ago, and in a way, am still recuperating, but during the end of the relationship I was on the fence. I knew what was happening, tried fighting it, tried to enjoy the moments while they lasted, and also contemplated just withdrawing emotionally. In the end, I still cried, and spent time sulking.

I don't know what else to say about it. It's not a fun boat to be in, but you have support here. Somewhat. Just remember you're never really alone, and to just keep swimming.
User avatar #2 - oborawatabinost (10/09/2013) [-]
I know how you feel, I have jealousy issues too.
User avatar #17 - ihatecarltonbanks (10/16/2013) [+] (1 reply)
you act as if her not sharing an interest is something that requires your forgiveness? it also sounds like she was an option so you took her. not like you actually cared for her. id leave her. its obvious she wants it anyways.
#16 - anonymous (10/14/2013) [-]
Listen, do whatever YOU want to do. If you want to stay with her, then do so. If you eventually become just friends again, so what. If you like her company, then that should be enough to still hang with her. If you guys become closer, ****************** ! Congratulations, you built enough trust between each other to become truly intimate. If you leave her or vica-versa, go on good terms if you can and move on with your life. Find someone whom you like and appreciate and can put up with you at your worst. Whatever you do, think which choice will make you the most content and do it. And grow some balls. Things become easier.
#15 - utasco (10/12/2013) [-]
i have exact same 						****					 story OP i feel for you    
> be me 13   
> find awkward cute girl date for around four years    
> some 						*******					 hillbilly skag comes along they start talking texting    
> im left in the shadows start to mess with black magic nothing much try bull 						****					 curses and what not eventually gets to the point where she says she wants me but she is obviously 						*******					 the skag so i try to take my life out side in the woods mfw the hammer missed   
TLDR >be me present day  don't 						*******					 get sad over some one that doesn't want you i can't stress this enough...   
i haven't talked to her in years
i have exact same **** story OP i feel for you
> be me 13
> find awkward cute girl date for around four years
> some ******* hillbilly skag comes along they start talking texting
> im left in the shadows start to mess with black magic nothing much try bull **** curses and what not eventually gets to the point where she says she wants me but she is obviously ******* the skag so i try to take my life out side in the woods mfw the hammer missed
TLDR >be me present day don't ******* get sad over some one that doesn't want you i can't stress this enough...
i haven't talked to her in years
User avatar #12 - reedonaraptor (10/10/2013) [-]
Happened to me just last month, girlfriend of 10 months who constantly talked about a future together and love and all that, left me for a guy after hanging out with him 3 times. Realistically, it's probably already over, but don't stop trying for her. Show her how much you care and make yourself of value. I wish I would have
User avatar #11 - stoicnick (10/10/2013) [-]
ok so here's how i see it buddy, girls like their freedom yes? well at one time i was that guy who texted the girl in a relation ship all the time but the deal is, we were never actually a thing, she broke up with him but we still aren't. She is probably telling the truth because sometimes a girl needs a guy friend as well as a boyfriend you see? i hope it turns out well for you/
#10 - talosknight (10/10/2013) [-]
You're in school mate, and i have bad news for you. These things rarely last forever. They may seem perfect, or connected, or well done, but you can't count them for forever. My best advice? Make the best of it. This may end, and poorly. So make whatever time you have the best time ever. It doesn't have to be rose champagne and steak dinners every night, but have fun.

There was a post about how you are a little young, and may not be in the best place to keep together right now. You could be future destined for each other. God's plan. Some other "destiny" ******** . The fact is dude, you don't know, and can't know. But keep trying.

And this is the important part, so pay attention. If she does leave you for ******* whats-his-nuts, don't take it out on her. You are friends before you were lovers. Don't ruin a good thing to try and preserve it. It ******* sucks. Enjoy itwouldntletme, make the best of this time. You'll remember it for a long time in good happiness.

I don't have a good gif. for this, so take this.
#9 - makeitasyougo (10/10/2013) [-]
this.. is remarkably like what happened to me just this past december/February... my advice is not to be the "whatever makes you happy" guy, i did and i practically cried or drank myself to sleep for literally 3/4 months afterwards because i was so ******* miserable. i was raised to be a hard person, i rarely.. and i mean very rarely cry due to the mockery it used to bring but this.. any time i checked my phone, facebook.. hell i even logged into my twitter to check to see if she said anything.. if she'd take me back.. twice i have seriously contemplated suicide, and this was one of those reasons. do not.. i repeat do not think things might be better if you let her go.. but don't get over possessive if you love her show it, but dont let someone else bother you. love is a fickle emotion, and you may very well lose but never just give in like i did.. 8 months later i still regret it and i still love her dearly wishing i could be with her. but since i gave up that right, i will never again have her. good luck
User avatar #5 - spookyghostparty (10/09/2013) [-]
I've been in a similar situation. I started dating a good friend of mine right before we both moved away for college and we decided we would try to keep a long distance relationship going (we'd chat all the time and I'd visit her every few weeks). It was great for a couple of months, but she ended up falling for some other guy she met at her school and breaking things off with me. It was hard, but eventually I got over it.

TL,DR: people change, especially when they're just growing up. If things don't work out, just remember that it's an experience you can learn from, not the end of the world.
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