He is so handsome and extremely smart, and his standards are high when it comes to who he might want to date. He doesn't like much in the way of popular culture, like pop music, or clothing fads. He's a very classy 15 year old. Plays and listens to jazz, is very into science and physics, and is a very good baseball player. Good heart. (yes, his room is a mess!)
He hasn't had much luck with the girls and I think it's starting to bother him..
He liked a girl in his class but she was dating someone else at the time, and when they finally broke up she apparently did not want to date my son. They are just friends.
He has liked girl who is a senior (he's a sophomore) for about a year, and finally worked up the courage to ask her out, and she shot him down. Said she didn't know where he thought things would go, but that she didn't see anything romantic happening between them. She said she was glad they were close and doesn't want to make the friendship weird. She is quite pretty and popular, and I've been told is very self centered and "plays games".
Can't really tell him about that, but he was so upset over this last rejection that he cried and has been moping around for 2 days.
Normally stuff just rolls off his back, but not this time.
What can a mom say or do to help? Anything?
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