15 and thinking of marriage?

15 and thinking of marriage? Topic: Different kinds of writing activities
July 19, 2019 / By Carlene
Question: It's stupid, isn't it? We're friends, I like him and there are times when I think he likes me too, but I'm not sure. He's one of those rare genuinely nice guys, we have awesome conversations that range from philosophical to downright stupid and I feel safe around him. I am no damsel-in-distress but there is this protective, paternal big-brother atmosphere around him which I like. I've known him since primary school, even though I've only started noticing him very recently. But at the end of the day, he's just that. A friend, if even that. An acquaintance. I don't have his number, we've never done anything outside school and school excursions and I know that it will be awkward if we're anything more. "I don't want to destroy our friendship" is apparently the number one excuse for rejecting dates, but for me, it's true. And I don't even want anything more. I've been brought up to cringe at the thought of teenage dating. But I can't deny the fact that when I'm around him, I do start thinking of marriage and feel as though he is "The One", though I know I'm still too young for that. In just a little over a month, we'll be moving to different colleges (for you Americans, college is Year 11 and Year 12) and I know we'll probably never see each other again. I know I will "get over it" and "move on" but I don't want to move on. I don't want to be told that I will fall in love again because I don't want anyone else. I'm 15 years old and this is not like me at all, this emotionally-addled confused girl when I'm usually logical and practical. I just had to let that out.
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Andreana Andreana | 8 days ago
Often just writing this stuff down makes one feel better. So I hope it helped. You will not see him again - at least for awhile. There will be other things to occupy you. Distance and no daily contact will - over time - help you - somewhat - get over it. New friends, new activities will help. This sounds like a nice guy and at your age it's normal to start having feelings for a boy and projecting that into the future as far as marriage goes. You sound like a sensible young lady. Please keep the sensible part. As it is normal to start having these feelings - it's best to get your education, get your adult life started before acting on these feelings. You may or may not meet another boy who piques your interest. Maybe not until you are a little older and a little more ready for it. And you may just be having some minor separation anxiety as your life is taking a new turn now with not being able to see him every day and moving on to college. It would be normal to want things to kind of stay the same. Keep in mind that if it is meant to be - it will be. Someday. Wishing you a good life.
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