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I've been with my girlfriend since the begining of my Freshman year in highschool, now I'm a Junior. I'm not sure why, but I'm finding it harder to trust her. She has a lot of male friends that are always hitting on her but she claims to not notice. I really like her (I'd say love but most people would say, "You're in highschool. Love doesn't exist to you." Bs.) but she's driving me crazy. She keeps doing things that upsets me and I try to overlook a lot of it but sometimes it becomes too much. She's rude to her parents whenever I'm around or if they talk about me and because of that, her parents don't let me take her out but she won't listen to me when I try to explain to her that if she showed respect to her parents, she would have more freedom. What am I supposed to do? I don't want to break up with her but I don't think I can stand her much longer if she continues to act the way she does.

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You can have great loves in high school - it's just that they are early in life loves - and you don't have a lot of experience to navigate through them. As far as what is happening between you and your girl - given the details you provided - you may be maturing at different rates - and that is a possible cause of friction. There may be things going on with her - even with her parents - you're not aware of that is affecting her. She may have someone influencing her that you never really considered that's affecting her behavior - and you have to also look closely at yourself - are you changing? Is there something affecting how you see her (differently) now? As you get closer to graduation, you'll see a lot more teens changing - the future is rushing up on them and it can be pretty overwhelming. Talk it out - calmly - be determined to get to the bottom of this, but without conflict.

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Sorry buddy, but it doesn't sound like things will get better. Do what is in YOUR best interest, whatever you choose.

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I really care about her though. I'm looking for a way to make things like they were (well, as close as possible) when we first got together.
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Talk to her and tell her all that

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I've tried. She says she'll work on it, but she gets worse.
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Then you might need to get rid of her. Tell her that you will give her one more chance, and that is it....it really bugs you.
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I'll try that..
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Ok. Let me know how it goes. Good Luck! :)
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Tell her what you just told a bunch of strangers. It'll be easier.

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A bunch of strangers normally wouldn't get mad at me for saying that. She would pull the, "Oh I'm not good enough?" card.
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Just tell her how she's been acting. That ain't right.
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Girls go through hormonal changes in their teens. They are up and down for it and against it, do t try to figure it out cuz you can't. Lower your expectations if is what it is and the winner is the one who is most flexible

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Listen Bro, you a man, so be a man, tell her what's up, that she need to chill if not dump her but you have two choices, you can be nice and break up with her or you can be a d*** and dump her hard because you guys are in high school and believe me high school is about image for most people so if she doesn't change break up with her the choice is yours.

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