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Too young for love

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by , 12th January 2013 at 01:57 PM (301 Views)
Well, seriously I am 18 years old and nursing a broken heart.

It's acceptable to fancy someone; be attracted to them but 'Love' is such a strong word. Does anyone think I'm being silly?

I know I am in love. Everything I was ever taught about the feeling of love is present. Nobody is perfect; that is like one of the most obvious laws of humanity. Love is seeing someone imperfect and seeing them perfectly. I am aware of her flaws but I can't fault them and re-figure them to be her best points. For example, her two front teeth are funny colours; it’s not her fault: she fell over when she was little and the nerves had to be taken out. I had always maintained that I find good teeth very attractive, but her teeth are among the things I really love about this girl. When she smiles, she grins; always with those teeth on display because she doesn’t care if people are looking at them and making opinions. To me, this says so much about who she is and how strong a women she is. Her smile is by far my favourite thing about her for those reasons, not simply because its pretty. If we fell madly in love with everyone who was attractive to us; heart break would become an everyday thing.

I'm not saying this girl isn't completely gorgeous; her long wavy hair was probably enough to make me turn in to a real life representation of Brock. She doesn't act like she knows she is gorgeous, she doesn’t think she is bad looking but she never gives her good looks much thought. She doesn't really boast any of her strengths. She has the impression she isn't that clever but she absorbs and retains so much information, there is no way that can actually be true. Modesty makes me like this girl. Especially since I can be so egotistical sometimes.

And that's the thing; I really need to be falling out of love with this girl. Every bad point I can think of about her is either to superficial to change my mind or is exactly the same as myself, therefore; hypocritical.

Basically, she likes someone else, he is also a close friend so I am comfortable that their relationship is nice for her. She knows if she wanted me, she could have me. She doesn't want me though, she is happy with this guy. I suppose the question I am asking any potential reader is 'How does one fall out of love with a perfect girl who he will be seeing almost every day?'

Much obliged Bulba garden :)

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  1. Robin Storm's Avatar
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    Well I am 14 but Adults are married (or Engaged) and seeing each other to every day so I guess it part of the love?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Storm
    Well I am 14 but Adults are married (or Engaged) and seeing each other to every day so I guess it part of the love?
    Or else you just ask her out hm? And at the right moment you ask her youre special question
  3. L-05308's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Storm
    Or else you just ask her out hm? And at the right moment you ask her youre special question
    It is complicated, we are all such good friends, we are at university together so we are all part od each others every day lives. It's definate she wants him and not me.
  4. Pandantic's Avatar
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    It's very hard, but I think the best thing to do would be to tell her your feelings privately and then just get on with life and continue being friends with her. And once you tell her you might find it easier yourself to be around her. I'm not doubting your feelings for her but keep in mind that over time you might feel differently, I've experienced a similar situation and though I can still clearly recall how I felt I can look back upon it and understand that it's best that I moved on. There is no easy way to fall out of love, it will only happen over time. It will take even longer if you don't tell her though because it will be easy to wonder what could have been.
  5. L-05308's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pandantic
    It's very hard, but I think the best thing to do would be to tell her your feelings privately and then just get on with life and continue being friends with her. And once you tell her you might find it easier yourself to be around her. I'm not doubting your feelings for her but keep in mind that over time you might feel differently, I've experienced a similar situation and though I can still clearly recall how I felt I can look back upon it and understand that it's best that I moved on. There is no easy way to fall out of love, it will only happen over time. It will take even longer if you don't tell her though because it will be easy to wonder what could have been.
    I don't think I've been very clear, said girl knows my feelings. I've got to just continue as her friend. I soppose the thing that hurts me most is how little she has reacted to it. She was suprised when it first came out last week, but since then we've all just carried on like we were before christmas. All I try to do is make sure things are not akward, but it always feels akward for me, so I'm not sure how things are.

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