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I have a actual problem, if you aren't too busy warding off flamers.
So there's a girl I've had a crush on for a year, and I've already told her how i felt. She said "Absolutely not" faster than president bush asked to pull the steadily dying troops out of iraq and give a complete democratic and monetary apology(if you catch my drift). I knew from the start this was possible and probable, but it hurts anyway. I know I should move on, but I see her everyday.
How can I move on and/or repair this metaphorical rift in my heart even though i see her everyday?
I've got a good one for you - What do you say to a girl that says "you deserve better" and "it's better off this way" while also saying they care about you?
Wow,new forum section....kool 0.o
Anywayz,I'm so glad this is here....ok,let me start...um,it deals with relationships.
Ok,long story short.Me like guy(i'm very shy)....& I kept it a secret like the WHOLE skool year,but then I told my friend & then she ends up blurting it out & the guy I liked,finds out & he actually tells me he likes me back too!!!(complete shocker to me)....so for the last month of skool,which is May,we went out.
Bad news is,he moved during the summer so we can't hardly see eachother much,thus he lives in a completely differ city from me(like 1 hour away!!!)...so he doens't have a car etc but that point doesn't matter.Thing is,I don't think I "like him" that way anymore,I mean,I just want to be friends with him NOW.I dunno if its the effect of not hardly seeing him or something else.I only thought of it as a "LIKE" relationship....and I've been having thoughts lately on breaking-up with him but I just can't...I just don't want to hurt him like that...And plus....
1.)I feel like a bad girlfriend
2.)I don't want to drag him down forever....I would rather want him to be with someone else that can always be there for him,unlike me
3.)And plus my friends say long distant-relationships don't usually last long....
So yeah....I dunno what to do anymore
Break up with him over the phone, if he still wants to talk ot you, cool. If not then that's fine too. And the reason I said phone is because that's the most personal way to do it, besides in person....and I'm sure you don't want to do that. He'll get over it, most likely.
Don't drag on a relationship if the emotions like that aren't there, the sooner the better. The longer you're with him, the more pain he'll get from breaking up. If you keep going out with him, he'll think everythings fine and he'll start getting more serious with the relationship, so just end it. If you don't like him like that, then don't continue to be in a relationship where the required level of "liking" is higher in the form of affection. You obviously still like him, but as the level of friend, because you care about his feelings, thats good. If you do break up, Let him know that even though you guys aren't dating, that you're still his friend and that you'll always be there for him.Thing is,I don't think I "like him" that way anymore,I mean,I just want to be friends with him NOW.I dunno if its the effect of not hardly seeing him or something else.I only thought of it as a "LIKE" relationship....and I've been having thoughts lately on breaking-up with him but I just can't...I just don't want to hurt him like that..
No offense, but you'd be an even worse if the realtionship drags on for months and THEN you suddenly break up with him, the longer the relationship, the more painful the breakup.And plus....
1.)I feel like a bad girlfriend
Then let him know that. Let him know that you think there are better people out there for him anyways.2.)I don't want to drag him down forever....I would rather want him to be with someone else that can always be there for him,unlike me
They only don't last because they are not true relationships. True, they are more difficult, but they don't last just as long as any other average relationship.3.)And plus my friends say long distant-relationships don't usually last long....
Here's one for ya:
There's a 6th grader who lives across the street from me. His dad treats him like a baby and is way to strict with him. I feel really bad because this kid is really smart and great at sports, but (because of his dad) he is a frickin p@nsy. If his dad was different, he would probly be one of the coolest kids ever, but his dad is (once again) holding back his potential with inexcusible anger at the smallest mistakes. His parents and my parents are going out to some auction on Saturday and he's comin over my house (so I can watch him. i'll probly be hansomley rewarded with money). Anybody have any ideas on what to do in the space of about 3-4 hrs. to get him to have a little self-confidence??