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AnonymousFebruary 9, 2016 at 6:47 am #93209
So 3 years ago, I met this girl. She used to sit next to me in class. We were close friends, we’d message each other at night about anything and everything. Later on that year, I started having an infatuation for one of her best friends, who sat in front of both of us. I started to ask my friend about pursuing her and she would give honest advice. However I got rejected by my crush. My friend comforted me a lot, she was there for me when I felt depressed and sad, and it took me awhile before I finally moved on. However my friend and I got split up and our friendship went stale.
To present day, I was talking to one of my classmates and he told me that this friend who used to sit next to me, actually had feelings for me but I never had interest. This made me guilty, felt like I owed her everything. Now, she’s in the same class as me again. I started to have feelings again &now Im obsessed and pursuing, but she doesnt express feelings. Do I pursue or is it too late to develop anything?
embersnipeParticipantFebruary 9, 2016 at 9:41 am #93215
The thing about this is you will never know until you try, you may be nervous to ask her out but that is natural. Just be truthful with yourself, if you want to be with her then go for it!
lauraParticipantFebruary 10, 2016 at 4:11 pm #93302
Go for it…nothing ventured, nothing gained! What’s the worst that can happen? She says she doesn’t want to go out with you and then … your question is answered.
AnonymousFebruary 11, 2016 at 10:41 am #93371
Because right now we have some what of a friendship back, its not as close as 3 years ago per say but there is a form of friendship. I don’t know if by asking she might say yes out of courtesy but never have feelings for me ?
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