If you get this I really need a response. Well, I'm 13 and I'm in this relationship with this 15 year old. He is incredible. I couldn't ask for more. I'm damn well sure I'm in love with the boy. But I'm kind of freaked to tell him because I'm afraid I'll seem like some kind of weird groupie stalker chick or something.
I love him so much and I know it. Just because I'm young doesn't mean that I don't know what love is or what it feels like.
So, what do you think I should do?
Love, Disturbed Maiden
Dear Disturbed Maiden,
What you are now feeling is called "puppy love" which is quite nice in itself but it is soon gone as you get older. Of course, if you and this boy remain friends over time it may well be "true love" but I would say that will take time.
I am sure if you ask this boy if he loves you now, he will be shocked and you might just lose him altogether. I would suggest you apply yourself to your studies at this age - be friends and wait and see what the future holds for you.
In the meantime, why don't you just take a cold shower and wake up to a loveable 13. As an after thought, invite him to your sixteenth birthday party.
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