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I got rejected by the girl I love and can't get over it.

Well I'm 13 years old and I know this girl for 9 years, we became a very good friends, but I fell in love with her. Yesterday, I've finaly found some guts to talk with her about it, and she said that she's sorry, but she doesn't want a relationship now, and she was never thinking like about a 'boyfriend', but like a 'brother'. She was very kind to me, I remained calm, we talked about it, she said that there's no problem with our friendship, but asked me to forget about this situation. She even texted me on Facebook how I feel, and that she's sorry for it, but that she won't change her mind.
The problem is, that at home I realized, that I still love her and that she is everything for me. I've almost lost my mind, but I've calmed down a bit. This morning the same thing happend to me. Maybe I'm just a 13 years old kid, but I've never loved somebody this much. She's just perfect. The question is, is it possible that she rejected me because she was shocked a bit? Is there any way she can change her mind?
edit-She's 13 too.

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You guys are only 13 years old. You two have years and years ahead of you. Obviously for now she's not interested or not ready to start a relationship or even afraid that being in a relationship with you may ruin things in the future. Just try to let this stay in the past and stop chasing something that's not coming but rather forces on something that will come like your education and your friendship with her. Your friendship. You two are still friends, you have that still. Don't throw it all away. Maybe one day she'll love you back. Or maybe one day you'll love someone else. Until then, remain her friend. I know I've been there. I guess dudes do fall in love more easily than girls.

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It is normal for guys to be turned down by girls whenever they try to seek a chance to be in relationship with them. This can make you feel rejected and low. However, at your age, you should focus on establishing good friendship with her and not a relationship. Give her time to be ready for a relationship and just remain good friends.

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It's tough, but there will come a day when you'll say,"what was I thinking?"
You'll grow up to be successful, and there will be a lot of women that'll prolly ask you out. As for now, you may be too young too be in a relationship, so don't feel bad. I didn't have a girlfriend until I was 17. Even then that was young. Pay attention to your studies and try and get into a good university. Later on you can worry about a relationship. Good luck!

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