So my 8th grade year I dated this 10th grade guy. He was my first real boyfriend and I thought I was absolutely in love with him. His sister was a really good friend of mine. In the end, he wasn’t a Christian, his family was dysfunctional, and I am not sure what his motives were but I know they weren’t good. We did some stuff that I didn’t think I’d do in 8th grade (no sexual things). Just stuff an 8th grader shouldn’t be doing like kissing and being totally obsessed with a guy and I had a bad reputation and still feel like I do even though I have changed and God has forgiven me. Yes, he came to church with me and he told me he was a Christian but one day I was looking on Instagram and saw some stuff he liked. It was NOT appropriate and it upset me. My parents did NOT approve of him but we were still bf and gf but we didn’t go on dates or anything bc I am not allowed to yet. So, I still dated him (we went to two different schools, mine was the middle school and he was at the high school) and we never saw each other unless it was at band. I kinda felt like it was more lust than love but I didn’t want it to end. Then, I went on a youth retreat and God really convicted me of not dating a Christian so I broke up with him. I regretted it immediately and of course later went back with him. Finally, we broke up for good and we haven’t dated or really talked in two years. Well today, he comes up in the hallway and starts talking to me. I mean I love talking to him and consider him a friend even after what we went through. But the more I talk to him, the more I find myself liking him again and I know I don’t need to date him. I know my parents probably wouldn’t let me anyways. But I mean it is been a STRUGGLE…. I just don’t know how to handle it ya know? I wanna talk to him but don’t want the feelings that go along with it.
|September 1, 2016 at 13:00|
I find myself liking him and I know I shouldn’t! Ugh.
|September 2, 2016 at 17:38|
I think you shoudl probably distance yourself from him and just not reply to him or talk to him, (My advice.) That sounds hard. I’ll pray for you:)
|September 4, 2016 at 10:58|
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