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Richard
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son's unrequited love

You cannot tell your son who to love and who not to love. The only thing you can (and should) do is talk to him and explain that everybody goes through unmutual love in his life. And if he really loves that girl (even if you have doubts about it, he is sure that his feelings are real), then he will not bother her with his feelings and he will think that her comfort and her feelings are more important than his own. He should trust you in this question and talk to you about everything ('you' means both parents). Explain him that love, even if it is not mutual, is a great gift of God which changes the world

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Tony
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son's unrequited love

In children and adolescents – their time. This is for an adult until the day after tomorrow is close, but for a teenager is an eternity. And his first unrequited love a boy or a girl is considered the one and only, for life. Therefore, the phrase "let it be. They love a dozen. It would be better if you're about studying so worried" and everything else that may come in skilled adult head. You don't say those words, even if you are hundred times right: the only thing capable of such phrases is to dig a deep ditch of misunderstanding between you and your child, to strengthen the suffering love of a teenager and even push him to take action. Recall that almost every city has a bridge of lovers, "embellished" sometimes is far from festive

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Robb
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son's unrequited love

I dont even know what to advice you because we dont have such problems yet. but it's very important that he understands that she doesnt like him and it's normal because all people have each preferences and if she doesnt want to be friends with him then there is no need to disturb her.just sit and talk to him and i'm sure that he will understand everything, but i know that this perios is very difficult for the child, and maybe you will have to consult a doctor.

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Tony
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i know how itis harmful for the young boy when he doesnt get atenion from the person he likes or even loves. and now this is very difficult period in your son's life and you should understand it. fritly let your child know that this girl doesnt want to be rude. tell him that all people are different and not all of them want to be friends with others. it doesnt mean that they dont like him. it means that there are other people which would like to be his friends. dont focus much on it. just try to pay much attention to him and talk about his problems.

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Adam
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son's unrequited love

I really don't think that you can help him now...It's uneasy for teenager to feel his first love. But it is good experience, he needs to come through it and may be little bit later he will find a girl who will be ready to start dating with him or having some fun together and share his sympathy ;) You just give him some time

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Tony
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son's unrequited love

i think that you can not do anything with it. he is already quite mature. he is not small boy whom you can make change his opinion by buing everything he wants. it is not easy. if he doesnt like you then he may feel jealous that his father loves you more than him. or he may not like you from his own preferences. and you wont do nothing with it. i advise you to talk to him and you will know how bad things are. but i dont think that it will change something. just wait until he will grow and go studying to the university.

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Mike
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son's unrequited love

Alex, how lucky you are that you have such a nice son. Yes, this period, I mean teenage period is probably the most difficult in our life, and in life of our children. At that time everything is so important, and painful at the same time. You are right that you should explain him that he should leave this girl alone. If you want to do this in more painless way, then you just need to use your own experience in love matters at this age. I am sure that almost all of us had similar problems, or even the same ones. Be honest with your son, and explain everything as it is in reality. Good luck!

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Tony
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Depends on you, what affect will this unrequited feeling. Leave the child depressed, will contact the bad company, or will survive this stage, having luggage of useful experience. To ensure that all went well, the home should be the intensive care unit.If you realize that the baby fell, that in no event it is impossible for him to interfere. Let him love, jealousy, suffers, rejoices. Not always the love is mutual, and in the case of teenagers it is especially common. For children who are in adolescence, unrequited love is a source of great suffering. :dry: :dry: :dry: :dry:it is important to understand that love as a feeling is formed consciously.

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JasperJ
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son's unrequited love

You have the right point of view here and I bet that and also, I would like to tell you that maybe you are right about living the girl alone and not making the attempt of disturbing here... on the other hand, the persistence may be  good tactic!!! I know a lo of girls who are into those guys, who are persistent all the time, and they are just really waiting from the guy to be politely persistent, and this attitude changes something in the eyes of the lady... maybe your son is right?! the time will show it.. but anyway, you have to have the serious conversation with him and give some advice on the action, like the men who have the experience unfortunately for the guy - not with women). 

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