Sophomore girl dating a senior boy
I’m friends with Jake’s sister “Julie,” who’s a year older than me and a senior. I have judged people who have dated despite age gaps.
Julie has made it clear she doesn’t like the idea of a romantic relationship between Jake and me because Jake is only 14. (For example, a senior boy dating a sophomore girl.) But now I understand it. I don’t want to be seen as creepy or gross, but, to be honest, I’m not that experienced romantically or socially myself.
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“Jake” is really sweet, and he’s as interested in me as I am in him (unlike the boys in my grade).(I have never even been to a real party.) Must I forget my feelings and move on, or do I talk to Julie and try to pursue this?DEAR TEEN CRUSH: Julie has already given you her answer.However, it would be better for both of you if it were done on a non-exclusive basis for the next few years. DEAR ABBY: Several times recently when I have invited people to parties or dinners at our home, they have surprised me by responding with not only their regrets but also with a counteroffer. For an excellent guide to becoming a better conversationalist and a more sociable person, order “How to Be Popular.” Send your name and mailing address, plus check or money order for (U.
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