Anonymous asked: What all happened with you and Jake?
It was kind of hard being having a relationship with someone who shared the same views of you, but at the same time, they were the exact opposite. I’m not sure if this makes sense, but here goes:
If I said, “I believe in gay marriage.” he would say, “I do too, but I don’t think they should be allowed to make it public or announce their marriage status to anyone.” or something along those lines. But I respect his opinions and beliefs. I guess it just turns out that we really didn’t have as much in common as we thought we did. I admire him solely for his passion in everything he does, and his relationship for Christ.
Another problem was that we couldn’t be together because he was turning 18 and I’m 15. I guess you could say it wasn’t a big deal because he’s only 2 and a half years older than me, but he’s also graduating and it’ll just be more difficult for the both of us. We talked it through and I cried a lot. It probably hurt more than my past relationships because it took a lot in me to finally open up to someone again after a previous relationship. We got really close, and I can honestly say I didn’t see it coming. The end of this, I mean.
But yeah, I don’t know what happened. I cry whenever I see him in the halls, and it just kind of sucks right now, you know? He was the only one I ever talked about Christ, and now we hardly talk. But I appreciate the fact that he still keeps ties with me and occasionally sends me bible verses whenever I post something sad on my blog.
I guess I just really miss having someone there to talk to and just let all my stress out to at the end of the day. I also really miss our bible studies. Those were the best.