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Is it OK to have nothing to say?

Dear Panel,

I'm a 15-year-old male who is in a deep relationship with my girlfriend who is also 15-years-old. We've been going out for two months now, and I never seemed to notice the problem until now.

Even though we go to the same school and have two classes together, I feel that as time passes, our conversation is drying up! I can't think of any topics to chat about, other than how much we feel for each other and about school subjects.

To make the problem worse, my girlfriend already knows how much I feel about her, and she is bored with me when I repeat the things I say. She also finds it boring when we discuss school matters.

To sum up, I don't know what I should say when I see her everyday, and as our talk gets smaller, I fear our relationship will get thinner. Am I worrying over nothing, is this just a stage that every couple goes through?

Normal High School Student

Male, age 15, Canada

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