I always tell him that if he does not love me just gently let me go but he always tells me that he loves me. He introduced me to his parents and I actually do mostly everything that I can to help him.
Now this girl actually calls my phone and threatens me in all sorts of ways and everytime I tell him about it, he would say she is just trying to make me jealous and I should just ignore her.
He also promised to marry me and this is so ridiculous because he is 15.
Now this girl once cried to him and build up lies and he dumped me and went with her. I remained single for four months then I dont know what happened to their relationship, he came back to me and begged me to be with him again.
I accepted him because I really loves him. He says he love my mood swings and when we argue because this is when I express myself the most.
Bella I really love him and I think he loves me to and here we are together for a year now and I am very fed up with this girl tormenting my life.
WHAT SHOULD I DO?
I always tell people at your age that they should not get involved in all the intricacies of relationships at the age of both you and your boyfriend. You have your entire life ahead of you to deal with such things. I always tell young people to try to get themselves an education in order to prepare for what lays ahead in life.
And this is what both you and your boyfriend should be concentrating on. He is 15 and you are 17, do you really beleive at that age you two can start the type of relationship that will last a lifetime?
Hence I am encouraging you and also your boyfriend to concentrate on getting an education. Get something solid that you can depend on in the long years ahead.
That said I also want to say that friendship is not bad. You can have friends, both male and female, but at this stage in your life your primary focus should not be on relationships and all the headaches that may accompany them.
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