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You are a young teen you don't need a relationship and certainly don't sleep around either.
15... your a little young to be serious... experiment with guys find someone
I don't think he'll meet another woman in those forty days.
just buy him a milk shake and he's come back running to your lawn
Could you add your ages?
–and personality descriptions?
15, i was the first girl he was ever serious about. he is also shy however i don't know if he has recently gotten more confidence to approach a girl he likes. he definitely doesn't jump into relationships right away, he gets to know someone and he is a little busy for a relationship
he doesn't do high school relationships, we took it slow and seriously. i don't think 40 days is enough for him to find a girl and get to know her seriously
How did you break his trust?
he knew i had trust issues. it got to a bad point where i snooped. he told himself he would forgive me if i admitted it. however when he asked i was ashamed and started crying instead of admitting it. he broke it off. when he says we are done for now, does he mean it? or is he just saying for now to try to make me feel better and get rid of me nicely
I am guessing he cares for you a great deal, given the length of your relationship and his flexibility up to that point. He is probably (I am no prophet, so please don't take my words as fact, but rather reasonable, educated conclusion) now thinking that he's done his best to help you with your trust issues and that his efforts failed. He probably knows that a relationship requires trust and doesn't know how to get it from you. Hence, he's given himself a holiday. Let him have it.As for what you can do: Give him the time he asked for, and when you do come into contact during those forty days, smile and give him the sense that your sorry without directly coming into contact and going against his wishes of time apart. Don't think that's too important though, as it is much more important that you give him the time he asked for.Once the forty days have elapsed, go and apologize for him. Start with your actual admission. This will be continued. I've run out of words.
cont. 1Once the forty days have elapsed, go and apologize for him. Start with your actual admission, that'll likely help. Don't go to the point of begging of course, but do what you can to make amends. Now, what I seem to know is that he is not the "ladies' man", and cares for you. It would seem that the most probable possibility is that he'll forgive you wholeheartedly, and you'll go on, assuming you develop some more faith in him. (–and a reasonable amount at that unless he gives you reason to think otherwise.) However, given that the unlikely possibility that he'll have moved on is there, and it hurts much more to go into something thinking that of the best outcome, only to be shown the worst; it's probably better to go into seeing him again with no expectations except to make amends and to propose the relationship. Hopefully this helps.
thank you so much, i really appreciate the serious answer. it really helps :)
It's a pleasure to have been of some help! Good luck!
too young for serious relationship lady 😁
15 year old relationships really aren't anything important or to cry about
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