Growing up in a small town we never forget the people we go to prom with, or our first one and only prom night date. That’s because we are certain to see them around our town probably for the rest of our life.
I was never in love with Peter but I will admit to having a crush on him. He has a black short hair, cute pointy nose which perfectly matched to his innocence face, has a medium-built body and a bit of muscles he achieved from being active in a few sports at our school. His attractive smile and his lips allured me the first time I saw him. We became very close so it wasn’t a surprised that he was my date on our Senior Prom on high school.
We dated for three months but I’ve heard from a friend that he was also dating someone else from another school he used to go to practice soccer. He was one of the soccer player who represents our school that time to compete provincially and that makes him kind of famous. When I confronted him about having somebody else he denied it, almost cried and told me not to believe right away by someone without seeing yet any evidence.
He admitted to me that he suffered from ADHD and so found it difficult to concentrate on one thing. I took that to mean that he felt he could not concentrate on one woman at a time.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) affects children and teens and can continue into adulthood. ADHD is the most commonly diagnosed mental disorder of children. Children with ADHD may be hyperactive and unable control their impulses. Or they may have trouble paying attention.
In 2014, I saw him again but he was avoiding me probably he feels sorry or embarrass about what happened in the past. He was with a friend that time and he looked very happy. I’ve heard he got married and has one kid. That he has gone to psychologist and got cured so he would be able to concentrate on one woman. After few sessions of treatment, he was able to act normal again and decided to settle down. How I wish he still single but it’s too late now.