I'm 15 year old freshman (I could have qualified for the year ahead, but the school wouldn't let me!), and will be 16 in 6 months. I also live in Michigan. But Fred (his name) is 17 and living in Texas! We have been officially dating since February 16. He's also a senior (his school let him skip a year). I feel very insecure and helpless as one can imagine. What if he meets a pretty girl that he can actually touch? What if he decides he wants physical contact with a relationship? I can't blame him for that, I mean he's a boy getting ready for his college years.
Meanwhile, I'm terrified someone will finally show interest in me here. What am I supposed to say? I have an internet boyfriend? It makes me sound pathetic.
I've always been told I am mature for my age and am responsible. He says he wants to meet me someday but has always expressed a patience as he understands I'm an underclassmen who needs to get more of an education and be emotionally prepared for this.
This boy makes my heart pound and I get all giddy and excited talking to him. He doesn't magically fix my problems, he makes me forget I had problems in the first place. What do I do?
P. S.-my mom knows about this relationship from snooping through my phone. Both of my parents despise the internet and tell me repeatedly I can't form true relationships from it. They met the 'old fashioned' way and have been married for over 15 years.
Most Helpful Guy
hey u should be writing this whole thing to fred. this is something that u need to discuss and figure out what he thinks. it is always good to have that sweet love that everyone wants to carry along but if u think that its just slipping, u need to decide if u will get the firm grip again or just let it go. even if it doesn't work, dont give up hope since u are young and these things sometimes happen. but u will have to discuss it with him ( who knows? maybe he feels the same way as you)1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
Make a s! all trip to Texas lol! I am sure he'll love it0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE