I am a 15-year-old boy and my girlfriend has broken up with me. But we were really in love. I can’t accept our break-up. It hurts so much. So I often follow her after school and try to win her back. Yesterday she told me I’m not allowed to do that. Is that right?

Yes, that’s right. You are not allowed to follow anyone against their will.
Breaking up with a girlfriend or boyfriend always hurts.
And the pain is greater, if you are still in love.

But love is about two people.
It’s difficult to let your girlfriend go.
But you can’t keep her if she doesn’t want it.
A loving relationship is great when it is voluntary.
That means when you both want it.

You wouldn’t like it if you were forced into love.
It is also against the law to stalk someone.
That means following someone against their will.

Try to take your mind off it and think about something else.
There are many ways to help mend a broken heart:
Talk to someone about it.
Perhaps even cry.
Practice sport or something else you like doing.