I am 16 years old and am deeply in love with a guy. Bubby, please tell me how should I tell him about this.
Actually he is in my class and I cannot ask him to explain anything to me about our lessons, like you advised someone else in your last letter, because I am very, very shy. I don't want people to know about this.
I also want to tell you that it is not at all just a crush, but true love. I have loved him since 9th grade and I am still unable to tell him. I have loved him for 2 years and he doesn't know anything about it.
I tried to contact him through our school's website the other day but he hasn't replied. Now I am waiting and waiting......................
Bubby, please help me because I can't wait anymore to tell him all about this. Sometimes I feel that I should keep looking at him for my whole life. Oh, Bubby, please respond to my letter. I have written these types of letters to other people but have gotten no replies. I will really be very grateful to you if you give me some advice about it. I am really in great trouble and remain very sad these days.
Someone who is in great trouble and deeply in love!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dear Deeply in Love,
If you were ill, you go to the doctor and tell him all about you feel. So, since you feel to strongly for this young man, why don't you tell him how you feel and you will soon find out how he feels about you.
Good or bad, this will help both of you a lot. You will know if he cares and is shy, or if he does not care one way or another. It may be a happy answer. If not, it may hurt, but you will know the truth and plan accordingly.
I hope it comes out the way you hope.
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