Girls, What if you only had one chance to get to know somebody_?

What if you really liked a person and
are genuinely interested in them. Decide to speak with them, something gets misconstrued and they simply stop speaking? How is it fair for both parties involved? You could be missing out on someone really special and not even realize it. Just scared to work on it is all...


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  • If they've blown you off because of something you said and won't talk to you again, you have nothing to lose by apologizing. A simple "I'm sorry if I said anything to offend you and I'd like us to go back to being friends" never hurt anything.

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    • I've tried that and just behavior toward me in general is the same.. thank goodness I'm leaving this popsicle stand

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    • Not really expecting nothing... I all want at this point is the friendship before everything went all crazy back.

    • Friends again

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What Girls Said 11

  • You're not missing out on anything. When someone pushes someone away, regardless of the reason, stupid or logical, they clearly don't want you as part of their life... From their point of view, you're not worth their time to even try to understand whatever it is that might have been misunderstood... So in my opinion, a person like that is also not worth your time either..

    But I understand it's difficult for the person who actually cares... Just fight the temptation to keep trying to make something work with someone who clearly doesn't care... Forget them and move on.. With time, eventually the other person will either simply be a memory or he/she will initiate something with you somehow if they realize they actually want to keep you in their life.

    Don't torture yourself being miserable... Find someone worth your time. 😁!!!

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    • It's much easier said than done. You know you need to stay away, and try really hard to forget them, but they keep permeateing your thoughts, and after a point you really see no need no have anxiety so you message them again and pray to God everything will be ok

  • Do try again, be the bigger person! Girls are afraid to reach out sometimes, because it is still in the most part socially unacceptable for girl to make a move without looking "desperate" ... maybe she is waiting and hoping you'd reach out again

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  • I'd excuse myself, then it's their problem if they still want to talk to me or not. I don't like people that get easily offended anyway

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  • You either get to know them good or you blow it and move on

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  • i'd try to fix it and try again

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  • There are more people out there. Don't build someone up you don't know. Along with having something special, you could have an utter flop.

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    • You don't know that unless you take the time to find out first-hand

    • That's the other person's loss basically. As the person feeling rejected, you just can't think about how they may have been great. They equally may have been awful.

  • I would ask him why he stopped speaking to me because there has to be a reason why that would happen.

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  • I would learn a lesson and mkve on to someone new

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  • If they take offense to things that easily then they are doing me a favor by ignoring me... I need soemone with a bit of a backbone.

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    • well then that's a good thing right?

    • I'm hoping so☺

  • Well first of all I'd try finding out what's wrong, if I can't after maybe two or three attempts of talking to them I'd just give up, but if I manage to find out what's wrong and if it's something I did or said then I'd apologize, but honestly if someone just stops talking to me, even if I like them a lot, I'd move on, I don't think I'd be missing out on someone special since I didn't seem to be special to them

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