Yes. Odds are that you will.<br />
But first, you have to get angry about it. You say you know he's a jerk, but you aren't acting like it. <br />
The begging thing has to stop. The feeling sorry for yourself thing has to be discouraged. You have to WANT to get over him, and you have to do things that are conducive to that and stop doing things that aren't. It has taken me over a year to "get over" someone, so I know how hard it can be, but it will happen if you truly want it to and try not to turn it into some dramatic romantic story where you envision yourself as a martyr to love. I wallowed in that for a while, and it doesn't help anything.<br />
Cry. Feel sad. Feel mad. Then proceed to move on and train your focus more to other things. Now I think about him MUCH less than I did. YOu are a heck of a lot younger than I am, so I am thinking you will have more opportunities to meet people and to just move on.<br />
You truly have to decide to let him GO. And sooner or later, you will realize that you really want him to.

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The solution is to manage, control your feelings and not to let them to control you, your attitude, your behaviours.. <br />
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In order to control your feelings, you need to know how feelings occur or what makes them stronger or weaker.. <br />
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There are many things that effects the intensity of a feeling. but the most powerful thing is the "brain"<br />
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The more you think about something the more your soul and heart connects to that thing..<br />
the first thing you should start working on is not to make your mind busy thinking about him, or loosing him, or loosing your virginity to him......<br />
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If you think a human body as a country, your mind is the president... And your heart is the vice president....<br />
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If you let your vice president to give the decisions than the country will be managed by the vice president....

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act like it's not bothering you, maybe your mind will get used to it. Just don't let him see how he is controlling you or he'll just use you. You can find a nice guy ten thousand times better, try to get rid of anything that he got you or anything that reminds him of you.

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Yes people cross our paths in each one we learn something you take both good and bad and learn from it some are only for a season but there is something to learn each time.

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Yes in about 14 years, fully, you'll laugh about it then too, sooner if you sort your head out now.

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Yes you will get over him! When you get older you will actually be disgusted at him for treating you like this. I hope you don't let this ruin your self esteem. Just because he doesn't want a relationship with you doesn't mean your not worthy. Most guys at this age are just immature & thaughtless when it comes to girls. Don't be worried about seeing him around at times. Just hold your head up high & show him he's not ( all that ). Don't fuel his fire. If you spend all your time thinking about him you will miss out on a lot of fun & maybe even a guy that realy cares for you. ,, he's not worth it. He's taken enough from you already. Move on now. Get involved in as much activities with friends & school as you can so your mind is always on something else.

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