An hour isn't bad at all. I've driven that each way for work. You could also meet in the middle somewhere to see each other.
Hour away is nothing compared to others whose relationships is as far across the continental !
He is the one who would not text you? you look familiar.. I'd move on and not invest anymore heart ache into this issue.. How great can he be?
yeah he is no good.. isn't into you. I have ESP.. and perception of jerks.. also I am old enough to be your fun Mom.. and that would be my advice for my own child.
Please check your question's details before posting..
Just an advice :)
I suspect he has no choice because he is a child, and wants you to be happy instead of pining after him... this is a nice sentiment. Take his advice and move on. :)
*sees question* *assumes asker is (13-15, F)* *is right*
He's not really an "hour" away from you, if each of you are willing to travel only one-half of an hour to meet each other.
For example, if he is 60 miles away and both of you really want to see each other, then each of you only has to travel 30 miles, right?
The idea of working thru distance is hard. My boyfriend is in the Army, and aside from loosing him for periods of time frequently, he will be deploying in March. I know that it's not the same at all, but an hour really isn;t far.
Sme people just can't do distance, and I think that is what he is trying to say :/
Even an hour can be far tho. Heck 5 min can be far if you both don't have the time to put into a relationship.
Some day, when you're all growed up, you'll have trouble remembering his name.
Occupy your mind with homework
An hour away is not so bad. When I was your age, we didn't even have Internet or email. At least you have those means to stay in touch.
Dude read the detail if you have to answer, lol
Learn to write correct English sentences, if you wish to avoid being misunderstood.
It's all part of growing up, enjoy the sadness, learn from it and move on