What do I do if i have tried everything to win him back but it just has not work

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    KarlyRayeposted 8 years ago

    What do I do if i have tried everything to win him back but it just has not worked?

    I have tried finding something new like talkin more to my best friends but she talks about her boyfriend and that is my ex boyfriends brother and everytime i go to sleep i can't help but think that its just another night without being told i love you. Now people have told me to move on and others has told me to give it time but i can't let go and i am an impatient 15 year old girl that lost her first love. There has been times when I wanted to just forget about him because i didn't think he wanted to nothing more than just friends but then he tells me he st

  2. wychic profile image86
    wychicposted 8 years ago

    Moving on might not be the answer you want, but it is the only answer if he doesn't want a relationship. You can't force a relationship, and everyone deserves someone who loves them, not someone who's just with you to make you feel better or to get you to stop bugging them, or for any other reason. That said, patience is something that's learned with time, and it's something that life is very good at teaching...I know quite a few people who didn't meet their "true love" until their 40s or 50s, and being impatient could actually make it much more difficult to find the right one. I know my own impatience almost cost me my "right one" because I was married to the "wrong one" at the time I met him. I got lucky, he waited for me, but many people are not so lucky.

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    xx-shaunaposted 8 years ago

    I no how u feel belive me!
    nd no matter how many people say forget about him or move on, you wont cause he was your first love and u can never forget your first love
    i felt the same and was sick of my friends telling me to forget about him!
    but what u can do is try to put this guy to the back of your mind and focus on something eles. like making even more friends or even ur school work (lol)

  4. lilidauphin profile image60
    lilidauphinposted 8 years ago

    Sometimes it's hard to accept that someone we love may not want to be with us. My dear little friend, you have to do what is best for you:"Move on."  When someone loves you truly, you need not do anything to win them back. Don't worry, you're young, you'll find someone who truly loves you. There are a lots of boys out-there. I know it's your first love. It's never easy to lose our first love but you have to do what's best for you for now. Be patient, someone will soon tell you "I love you."

  5. padmendra profile image44
    padmendraposted 8 years ago

    All your efforts will yield into nothing because the person to whom you love is not giving due importance to your feelings. Stop for a while and give some gap to your efforts and see if he does not respond , it will be a  wise decision to quit and move on as there may be someone waiting for you truly.

  6. MayG profile image92
    MayGposted 8 years ago

    I know right now that it seems as if you will never get over him, I remember having those feelings at your age, but guess what?  You do.  It takes a bit of willpower and a bit of pain, but nothing you can't handle.  What is important is for you to keep your self-respect. Sounds harsh, but if you come across as too pathetic and needy it can be a turnoff for good.  The best advice, both for your own happiness, and in the hope that he may see what he is missing, is to show him that you are a strong, independent girl and that it is his loss.  You know, if you force yourself to pretend to be happy, to plaster a smile on your face and force yourself to get out and enjoy life, real happiness does follow.  Take up a new interest (like writing hubs?), get out in the sun and enjoy life.  You will get over him, but how soon you do is up to you.  I often wish I had spent less of my teenage years worrying about guys, and more time discovering who I was and what I wanted out of life in the future. You will be okay.  Move on. Good Luck.

  7. blbhhdcn profile image60
    blbhhdcnposted 8 years ago

    You deserve better! There's many fishes in the sea. Look around and you'll see.

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    b man17posted 8 years ago

    you should tell him that u arent over him and if he doesnt feel the same way you know its time to move on but if he does feel the same way then good 4 u

  9. wytegarillaz profile image72
    wytegarillazposted 8 years ago

    I know how you feel and at 18 I rushed into marriage for the wrong reasons and now at 45 I have been married to the love of my life for almost a year !
    Take the time to get to know yourself and become a strong person , save so you dont have to rely on someone and love will come to you .
    If you come across as too needy or too independent it can scare people off so try for somewhere in the middle .
    Be friendly and nice , you will attract people !


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