Worth the chase or throw in towel

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Worth the chase or throw in towel

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    Searching4answers
    Participant
    September 7, 2016 at 11:29 pm #110772
    Worth the chase or throw in towel

    I have known this girl for over 10 years. I have been into her for about 8. But she has always had someone else. Well 2 years ago she became single. We hung out and I had asked her out on a date. She had said no didn’t think it was a good time. She went back to him and recently became single. We’ve been hanging out alot. Lots of laughs and good times. Everytime we hang out I think about her like CRAZY for days after. She’s truly an amazing girl in my eyes. Smart, beautiful, caring, funny all around amazing!! But I’m afraid to ask her out on a “date” again because don’t want to get rejected or make it awkward to hang out but yet I’m going crazy thinking about her all the time. Do I risk it again knowing might be a chance of getting rejected and not hanging out anymore or do i keep my head spinning? Hate the friendzone! But hate not being her guy. 🙁


    Searching4answers
    Participant
    September 9, 2016 at 8:59 am #110871

    Anyone…….


    Manzi
    Participant
    September 14, 2016 at 6:05 pm #111449

    Every guy has been in this ride.. Hell, I’m going through it right now! You just took a lot of time to ask her out. And the hardest thing to do is getting out of the friendzone. Just try to show that you care without seeming desperate.