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Submitted: 01/23/2013
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User avatar #13 - CyrilKeir (01/23/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Guess what, you're only in highschool. People change as they grow and mature. Which is why most long-term and serious relationships START between the ages of 21 and 25.

The person you were at 16 isn't the person you are at 17 or 18. Your likes/dislikes will change, who YOU are will change.

Don't hold on to something that has already served it's purpose. You both grew in the relationship, but obviously the relationship isn't growing WITH you. As such, let it go.

One of the keys to living a proper life, is knowing when something's time has passed.
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User avatar #12 - reaperssprint (01/23/2013) [-]
Hmm, I'd say to talk to her about it and be completely honest. Maybe you guys just need some kind of big change to your routine. Go to an amusement park for a day, or (if possible) go on a short vacation.

If you honestly can't reignite that spark it may be time to move on. You're doing the right thing by not taking advantage of the situation sexually, but the again sex could be what you need as well in all honesty.

A lot of the time, a healthy sexual relationship can save a relationship. 13 months is a pretty long time to go without any sex in a relationship, a lot of people tend to get to that point in around 5 months in a (assuming it is) high school relationship. Maybe not flat out sex, but some kind of contact.

However, you need to go with your gut feeling in the end. It is always better to stay friends than to end up hating each other.
#11 - CosplayNinja (01/23/2013) [-]
Sounds like you guys just need to be friends instead. If you try to keep forcing a relationship, you're going to alienate each other and end up hating each other.
#4 - xxxsonic fanxxx (01/23/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Try turning it to wumbo
#17 - sirwalksalot (02/06/2013) [-]
A quote that came to mind

"People’s lives change. To keep all your old friends is like keeping all your old clothes - pretty soon your closet is so jammed and everything’s so crushed you can’t find anything to wear. Help these friends when they need you; bless the years and happy times when you meant a lot to each other; but try not to feel guilty if new people mean more to you now."
— Helen Gurley
User avatar #5 - lilcamaj (01/23/2013) [-]
"moved out of our locker"

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