Youth may be wasted on the young but one of the true joys of being 15 is being able to say you have "plenty of years" and believe it. Sooner or later you'll learn how patently untrue that is.Besides I'm 15 I have plenty years ahead of me , sex/girlfriends all should be focussed on in my 20s.
If one chooses a demanding academic path, has serious professional goals, or has high standards for oneself, then this is entirely untrue.You can do the bare minimum and still make great grades to get you into college. Loosen up, have some fun, then buckle down in your Senior year of college. just remember, D's get degrees. Never forget.
The OP is the opposite of most of the "relationship advice" threads here, so some may be unsure of how to proceed, though most are correctly advocating that the OP just be a gentleman about the situation.I'm not understanding some of these responses.
The guy has said that he doesn't want anything to do with this girl and you all (not everyone, but you get what I mean) are like, "Lighten up!" Maybe he needs to lighten up in general, but why should he interact with this girl/woman/female if he doesn't want to? Simply because she's available to him? Do you guys jump on every girl/woman/female that shows any interest in you? You're totally indiscriminate? You've never rejected a woman? Every single time a woman has shown any interest in you at all, your response has been, "Let's go out!"?
I agree that he should socialize and date and enjoy his youth, but that doesn't mean compromising who he is and just going with whatever comes his way.
I agree that he should be kind and gentle, in this matter and in all others. But doing something you don't want to do when it isn't absolutely necessary that you do it is not being nice, it's being pathetic.The OP is the opposite of most of the "relationship advice" threads here, so some may be unsure of how to proceed, though most are correctly advocating that the OP just be a gentleman about the situation.