I'm fifteen and for the first time in my life, I told a boy "I like you."
He told me he has liked my since we were little kids and actually still liked me. We dated when we in middle school but then he broke up with me because of peer pressure. When I laughed at him, he asked me out again a few days later. I rejected him of course. And he still came up to me openly expressing his feelings for years afterward. Subconsciously, I must've liked him because when he left for two years and suddenly invited me to his party and I went to see him. You know that saying "absence makes the heart grow fonder" correct? Well, seeing him again suddenly made me feel...exposed in a way I never would felt before. I'm told I'm a very attractive person but I don't like to 'flaunt it' because avoiding the attention of the world is my goal. And then he put his arms around me as I sat alone to get some fresh air which I never allow anyone to do...oddly enough, I was comfortable with it.
Afterwards, I left giving him a hug and we talked later on Facebook. I asked him "Do you actually still like me? Even after two years?" to which he replied "I still like you. Even if it's been two years." So I confessed. And he didn't reply until I asked him what would happen. He finally concluded, "Sounds to me it's two people that want to be more than just friends." And I asked him "Do you?" He asked me if I wanted to be more than friends...and eventually we both said yes. But...nearly an hour later he hooked up with his ex-girlfriend without telling me. I had to look for myself because my friend told me she thought he was already going out with someone. I was shocked at this, then became increasingly emotional because here I was, finally confessing to a guy for the first time ever and then getting it thrown back in my face. I confronted him about it but he didn't reply. I pressed on and he still didn't reply. I knew nothing happened to his connection because my friend was still talking to him. And finally, I demanded he reply and stop being a chicken about it. He told me he hadn't been ignoring me but I'm sure he was because I sent two messages to him; one angry and the other apologetically. He said we should talk it out and I tried to. I asked him the one question I was dying to know the answer to:
"Why did you lie to me?"
It's been three days to which he hasn't replied. I don't know what he'll say if I ask him again but from past and current experiences, whenever I get involved with a boy nothing good ever comes out of it.