Hey guysI'm currently in high school, and I know that most people think that it's just silly when high school kids say that they love someone. But in this case I really do love this girl, I met her last year and she's a year younger than I am. I never really like her until 5 month later after meeting her, we are now great friends but we are not dating, I talk to her everyday for about an hour, sometimes more, she always tells me that she loves me, too. I would really love to go out with her and get to know her better, but the problem is that her dad doesn't let any boy go near her, he doesn't even wants her to have just a friend that's a girl. She has told me several times that it'll be a long time before we'll ever go out. And I told her that I'd wait for her because I really love her, it's been about a year now and her dad's still the same. I just want to ask you guys that what can I do to make our relationship better. And how can we find a way to tell her dad about me without she getting punished and me getting kicked out of her house forever. So, please help me.
The Girl that I love
she'll get her freedom and flirt around. dont wait i had a similar thing happen girl was waiting a year and lead me on, biggest waste of a year
where there is a will there is a way
IF she really does want to be your gf, she will make time and a way for you two to be together
i'm actually amazed you talk for an hour or so every day... does her dad know this?
i mean, all you need is a little bit of time together too, and you can be classified as going out :smile: (well in my books)
a relationship should be a two way street, she should feel just as much as you feel for her. obviously you really want to be with her, but if you can't spend time with her, and there is no commitment, don't get dragged around forever.
as for her father, just wondering, how old is she?
i think she needs to just reason with him. explain to him that she is growing up and that guys interst her and she's known this one *special* guy for a long time and he's such a sweetie pie bla bla bla and that she wants to go out to the movies with him.. (maybe with a bunch of friends if shes like 15?). i'd say try to do it in small steps. all dads have to realise that their girls cant stay theirs forever...
He's beyond what you or she can do. You need to enlist an adult to deal with him. Maybe a friend of his. Expect progress to be slow.
I personally would try to find some common ground with the father. Try to get him to relate to how you feel and how he probably had something similar when he was a teen. It is all about relating.