Girls, one thing i know i'll never understand. Well, heres what up.Me and a girl named Bri, we have been such great friends for a few solid months now. We started out shaky but then went into a strong relationship. I had always liked her, but she never had feelings for her. Even though im 13, i think this is the first time i have ever felt love. And i mean like friendship love, like, i know i love her like that. Not love boy and girl love. But anyways, back to the story. She had gone out with guys, they broke up, i was always there to help her through it, make her feel better. She said she would always love me. Things changed.Now its a few weeks later, she thinks she likes me now. Were always talking and she still says she likes me, but wants to wait. Finally, a few more weeks pass by and we date. Im the happiest guy in the world. 2 days go by and she breaks up with me. Very sweetly though, and she was so nice about it. So i wanted to go back to being friends, but we really didnt. The first 2 days were fine, but it all just went downhill from there. Finally, she says she thinks she likes me again. We were always hanging out and she said she wanted to kiss me. So, we all go sledding, we went down on the sled and she starts dropping hints like she wants to kiss me. But im too stupid to realise. So we go home. So now, everything has just gone down hill. We used to have conversations for hours, now im lucky to get 10 words out of her. She would always ask me how i felt when i was sad, now she doesnt even look at me. Im always telling her, whats wrong with us? What changed? She always says were still fine, but she's lieing. And now she's always hanging out with the popular kids, and lots of them. Over 50 people at her 13th birthday party. And im not giving up. Please, help me.
She just stopped liking me
Who knows why she changes how she feels and her behavior. But there's nothing you can really do to get her to talk. The more you keep nagging her with questions, the more she's going to push away. I guess time will tell, but that's just my perspective. Give her time to sort things out and maybe she'll talk to you again.I will say this though, because it's a fact of life: Things change, including people and there's nothing we can do to stop it.