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Well Its hard to get over things... (4)

1 Name: Secret Admirer : 2008-02-02 00:16 ID:W1Uek0oh

Well, I have been friends with this girl for about a year, and Ive always had the feeling that she seemed to have a thing for me,but I would always have that kind of "well do I like back" and stuff. We did go on some dates, the normal and classic type. Normally a movie and dinner but anyway, About a few months ago, I found out that she was going out with someone.It was then that, I felt that I truely was in love with her.So, I did tell her after thinking it over, the way I felt . She told me that she did have a boyfriend and that why not sooner. After that conversation, I was crushed. Then a month rolled by and she was still with this guy. That was when hope seem to rise. She texted me some messages, to tell me of how, she missed seeing me. So I texted her back ...we did that for awhile until she ased me the question of "What would you do if I stopped going out with *****?"I answered the only way I thought, I told thats when I would ask her out. She never reponded. So since then I haven't talked to her . I was just wondering though should I talk to her, as though nothing happenend or just let things be.? Sorry for making this long, thanks for reading!

2 Name: F!ublu7ZdqEU : 2008-02-02 01:16 ID:isZBk7Ch

Trust me, things left undone will catch up with you sooner or later. Go talk to her, go for it..and if she says no or "i don't wanna break up with him" then MOVE ON..but i know it's hard def when you are in love. So go talk to her, goodluck..falling in love and getting her is worth the pain.

3 Name: Secret Admirer : 2008-02-02 05:52 ID:ho3Ck1CB

I know, it's so easy for us to tell you to go talk to her, get over it, and everyting, but seriously, as 2 said, go talk things out. Don't do anything you'd regret later, but do things so that you'll have no regrets.

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4 Name: Secret Admirer : 2008-02-03 01:46 ID:W1Uek0oh

Thanks you guys very much, Ill def. do that in the near future.