I love this site because I can be completely honest.There is this girl which I asked to prom. Over the spring break, I was in D.C., and I talked to her every day. We started liking each other. The only problem with this is that she's moving to Toronto in the summer to go to university, so it's not feasible for her to get into a relationship. We've gone on dates, we've kissed and everything. Take a note with this: I'm normally really picky. This is the first time in a LONG time that I've found a girl who mutually feels the same way as I.Now, I think she's realized that we can't be together, so it seems like she's not liking me anymore. Others I've spoken to have told me that she does still like me, but she doesn't want to show it for the fear of us getting close. That sounds reasonable. I've recently talked to a friend of mine and hers, and she brutally, yet effectively, told me how I shouldn't be with her and how it's not right. A couple of her reasons: We haven't actually known each other very long, she's a senior (I'm a junior), so her life is going to be changing and starting over and whatnot with college. If we get close, it will just hurt us when we separate. This hurt me bad. I don't know why I like this girl so much, but I cried upon that realization. I, later, talked to my friend Callie who said to spend as much time as possible with her because it will be worth the heartbreak (she had just gotten out of a relationship).The girl I like seems like she doesn't like me. She doesn't act like she really wants to see me like before, and she doesn't eagerly want to talk to me. She calls me sometimes, but she really does seem like she doesn't like me. I don't why I like her so much. Everytime I see that one picture we have together, I'll get all emotional. It's absolutely horrible. I'm sure many of you would probably say, "Dude... chill out, you need to just accept that you guys can't be together and get on with life." That's what one of my friends told me. I think I can accept that, and I'm trying to the best of my ability to be that way. It's just so hard.