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How far is that by public transport? Or do you drive, Mazino?
I find people who have such maturity trully admirable
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15 years old don't have problems with girls too.
we werent in love with each other, i was fallin for her,she probably for me,but not that much as i did ,and i wanted to try but she didnt think it was a good idea,also she was very jeaulous...
after i went out on weekends she always asked with how many girls i flirted and such things
and my problem is that i compare other girls to her and i lose interest,cuz they arent that ...lets say that "great" ...and i didnt admit that it was so,though a friend said it was so
he was right and now that i admitted it i feel better,but still have the same problem
just keep in touch and be there for her...u never know what the future might hold.
but,in the mean time...don't invest so much time in something you can not fix(atleast right now young brother)...
like i said...time will heal that broken heart...if you let it
And that depresses me cuse it was the best time ever.
Maybe we should stop overthinking it and just take stuff slowly step by step.
dont be depressed,i wasnt,i was rlly sad maybe a lil crushed at beginning,but no depression,try to surround u with friends,always helps me=)
Let her know long distance relationship can work. We have at least two examples of this here on MH, although they're living together now.
People don't do things unless they want to. Part of me thinks she did you a favor by being apprehensive about the long-distance thing. It could have just ended up the same way eventually, just with more of yourself invested in it. Does that sound more appetizing? Doubt it.
If she's not willing to give it a try, using distance as an excuse, I kinda doubt that you should give her a chance. Couples who truly love or care about each other can make anything work.
I confess I never enjoyed my birthdays (this time of the year sucks) and nowadays I found this celebrations pointless.
In this last 2 years of my life, I've thought this way:
And yeah, I'm going to party hard, have a hangover and whatever because it's my birthday this weekend, but I try to do that everyday.
Last edited by Hardy; November 28, 2012 at 08:15 PM.