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Louie97ParticipantFebruary 17, 2016 at 11:32 am #93751
Well…im in a serious predicament. There are two guys who openly admitted to me that they like me. But, there are several complications to this. Let’s start off with a description of Guy 1: He isn’t the most attractive, but I became attracted to the similarities we share (eg we look younger than we are, he’s a chill guy and a homebody and simple).However, at times he would be very rude and disrespectful towards me. Guy 2 on the other hand is the total opposite: He’s very attractive, likes to party(which I don’t do, never partied in my life) and im intrigued by how nice he is and that I can be myself with him. However, the problem is that he lives in another state.
The thing is that I started talking to Guy 2 when me and Guy 1 got into a heated argument and stopped talking for a few weeks. It was during those weeks that Guy 2 opened up about his feelings for me. And just recently Guy 1 reached out to me and apologized for his behaviour. But I find that I like Guy 1…
djamesParticipantFebruary 17, 2016 at 7:54 pm #93813
It’s much easier to admit feelings for a person who is in close proximity. Although you have butted heads with Guy 1, that’s completely normal and part of growing together. Unless you’re looking for a long distance relationship, you might want to give Guy 1 another shot. It takes a lot of courage to apologize when you’re wrong.
Tet11ParticipantFebruary 18, 2016 at 7:21 am #93826
I’d be wary of guy one. Any long distance relationship has its tough challenges but the only way to see if it will work is to meet and and see if it’s a plausible distance or impractical for both of you.
T3rowsfromrenoParticipantFebruary 18, 2016 at 7:05 pm #93909
It really doesn’t matter because in the end regardless of who you chose you are just going to end up heartbroken
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