what am i supposed to do... i guess we'll never know... tell me

PT's picture

Have you ever loved someone so much... its impossible for you to be together... you dont really talk much anymore... but they are still on your mind as when you were with them, i dont know. i dont know if i need to get over it... or if its there for a good reason, i just don tknow... i dont know if she still feels the same... i miss her like crazy, and id do anything for her... i got a job... still working on the grades... hanging out with friends... trying to do everything to get her off my mind all the time... but some how... its just not working... so what am i supposed to do?


the mouse that roared's picture

be friends

Go talk to her. Tell her you care about (not that you're crushing? on) her. If you can't stand not seeing her that much, what do you have to lose?

Are you hanging on to something useless just because you think it's beautiful?
--William Zinsser

humansexual's picture


If you truly love her, the pain will never go away. I'm in the same situation, and it sucks, immensely. -Really- immensely. I heart her, she hearts boys... I don't know, it's complicated, but that's not the point. The point is, if you really love this girl, it probably won't get much easier to deal with, but the pain... you get used to it. That's how it is for me, anyways. Not exactly -used- to it, it's still there, and you still miss them like it's the end of the world, but... it'll get better. If you think she still feels the same, say something. Do something. Because if you love her that much you won't want to miss any opportunity you can get. And if she doesn't feel the same... well, you never stop loving those you truly loved, but... you'll find someone else. It'll get easier to manage. It won't disappear, but, you know.
Good luck, man.

Hobbit's picture

the way I see it...

if you still have a chance to hang on to her you should take a chance and try to make things better; if you know FOR CERTAIN that something will never work then it is time to give up, but if there is even a glimmer of hope go with it. if you do decide to move on/get over it this is one of the things that helps me with my pain: think about the fact that there will be other people to fall in love with, and just bc you love her with all your heart and sould didn't mean she is/was the one, especialy the right one
hope that helps even minmaly

Some people cry and some people die by the wicked ways of love;
But I'll just keep on rollin' along with the grace of the Lord above.
Led Zeppelin
isn't it ironic that I sang this song with her?

magnetic_pulse's picture


Im going through that right now. Gosh, what you just said is almost a complete reflection of how im feeling. Its been a year and shes still on my mind. Its impossible for me to be with her because shes a staff member at a GLBT youth center ive been going to for almost 2 years now.We'd get in so much trouble and who knows if she ever felt the same as i did. For about 5 months we were really good friends.We talked about everything, she'd flirt and do sweet things for me.All of a sudden it all changed, she stopped talking to me and every once in a while when i see her at the youth organization she'll say hi and smile or compliment me.That's about the most of our conversations now.Ive been doing everything i can to not think of her for the longest time. She has a gf now and her girlfriend is so sweet to her. I love seeing her happy because for a while she seemed upset but it hurts. I keep trying to remember that no matter how hurt i feel everything happens for a reason and i cant fight that.

Panic Motion's picture


You have to let time work it's magic. Love is strong, and a big pain in the ass, but pretty much anything can be erased with time as long as you completely remove yourself from it.

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