I need help. Yep, you guessed it, another high school relationship question. I'm dating this girl. We've been together for over a year now, and I think I'm falling for someone else. But the "funny" thing is I'm falling for two other girls as well. I try so hard to not be a typical guy. And I will never cheat on my girlfriend... EVER. I'm just not like that. But I really need your help.
I don't know what to do. I love my girlfriend so much, but I know it's wrong to like someone and go out with someone else. Any advice you have to give will mean the world to me.
Lost and confused
Dear Lost and Confused,
You named yourself very well. I got a big kick out of that. Every young person goes through what you are "suffering" now. That is how you get to know yourself and others. I think you might suggest to your "dear friend" that you ought to meet with other young people in a group. That is a good way to compare one personality to another. Now that the weather is nice - how about a picnic, or perhaps a game of baseball. You and she will observe others and it think it will give you an opportunity to decide what you like about a person.
You don't tell me your age but spending time with others will help you make up your mind "for today" and will certainly help you to judge others as you grow older. Discuss this with your girl friend but don't give up the friendship. You will both learn a lot.
Good luck with your girl "friends."
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