I think I am in love but…

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I am a 15 year old young man. There is a girl that i think I have fallen for. I think about her all the time. She is beautiful, amazing, super nice and smart, everything that anyone would want and more in their partner. I also have known her for half a year. It is just…we met online right, and we started out as friends and then I really liked her, so I told her and such, but she said she did not like me that way and just a relationship was not her thing right now and such. So we have remained friends and such, and I just kept liking her ore and more, the problem is I cannot tell her I love her because I already know the answer and it is hard. Thank you all for taking the time to read this and answer this and help me out. It is very nice of you and I very much appreciate it.

Category: asked July 22, 2014

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i really think youh should just tell her , if she does not apritiate it thats her own fault youh seem like a really wise young man. anyone would be lucky to have youh in their lives. if she does not accept. the heart will heal and move on. dont get discouraged. keep moving forward always <3 !
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When someone isn't interested in love and wish to remain friends you cannot proceed any further,maybe this is her current relationship status give it some time and be friends,maybe she will be interested later..Yep,its hard but you can only control what you do and not what she can possibly reply back for that question to which you already know the answer of...
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@lissal23 I made an edit to my post, I have known her for six months.
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Telling her your true feelings when you generally know the outcome is always very scary, but I have to say, there is a sense of relief, I guess I can call it, when you finally tell someone of these feelings. I've had a problem with bottling things up my whole life, and recently, with the few things I have told me (relationship-related and otherwise), it's been an immense release for me to no longer have this emotion stuck inside me. She seems like a girl that does want to stay your friend, even if she doesn't want that relationship. Given that, that hopeful-friend demeanor, I would say she'd take your emotions nicely. Who knows if that means a change of heart, or some form of rejection, but I think the response wouldn't be harsh or rude. I think it'd be worth it to tell her how you feel, explain what you do or don't want/expect from her with these feelings of yours, and simply have a conversation. Communication is key, and take it from someone who sucks at it in their own relationship, when you do sit down and talk about what you both feel and want in whatever type of relationship you have, friendly or romantic, it gets a lot of both your chests and does solve some problems. Obviously, I don't know all the details, so perhaps this is a little generic, but I would give yourself a nice pep-talk, then go on and have this conversation. It may not end up being exactly what you want, but perhaps a compromise that will make you both feel content in the end. Good luck :)
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well this is the sort of thing that can have one of many answers depending on what it is you want. That being said I think that the first step in all of those answers would be some form of self discovery. What do you want? What can you do to get there? questions like that. I hope it does work out for you but you need to look out for yourself with these things. Remember that she is her own person and she makes her own decisions much like you make yours. She does not control you nor you her. There is no cut and dry answer for this type of thing as only you know all the facts. That being said sometimes it helps if you have some perspective. If you want to talk let me know but in truth you sound like you need a bit of clarity not much else.