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jackryan664ParticipantApril 11, 2020 at 5:57 pm #232721
So for a long time I was that guy that talked to a lot of different girls and thought it was great. But inherently I was looking for something more. I realized how empty and meaningless it all was when I met this one girl who flipped my world upside down. I told her after a couple times of hanging out that I liked her so that she wouldn’t just see me as a friend. She told me she broke up with her bf two days ago and she wasn’t;t ready for anything. I understood. Now fast forward about 3 months and we still are close and speak and FaceTime almost everyday. She knows I like her. It even got the point where our names on phones were part time bf and gf. I think I am in love. The emptiness I had has been filled with her. Now she still talks to other guys but I want her so bad. She says she doesn’t;t want to ruin what we have, but that’s not gonna work for me. I need more. It is chewing me out alive at this point. How do I get this girl to be mine.
dashingscorpioParticipantApril 13, 2020 at 2:17 pm #232763
“I told her after a couple times of hanging out that I liked her..”
“She told me she broke up with her bf two days ago and she wasn’t ready for anything…”
“Now she still talks to other guys…She says she doesn’t want to ruin what we have…”
“It is chewing me out alive at this point. How do I get this girl to be mine.”
Three months ago you KNEW this girl was NOT “romantically interested” in YOU.
She claims she doesn’t want to ruin your (friendship). Lets examine what they REALLY means.
Essentially what she is saying is: “I don’t believe YOU are the one for ME!”
In other words if the two of you dated it’s going to end with a breakup and destroy your friendship.
You on the other hand believe she’s your “soulmate” and you’re going to live happily ever after together.
If someone does NOT see YOU as Date/Relationship material then (they) are NOT the one for YOU!
At the very least a “soulmate” is someone who actually wants to be with you!
Move on and go where you are appreciated. Living in the “friend zone” is torture.
Suffering is optional!
“Never love anyone who treats you like you’re ordinary.” – Oscar Wilde
- This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by dashingscorpio.
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