There is this guy I really like and I am trying to forget because he already has a girlfriend.
The problem is that he keeps on flirting with me and writes me messages. I always reply in a playful manner to not seem uptight.
Sometimes he writes me 4-5 times a day and then suddenly there is pause and 2 days later he writes again. Everytime he writes I try to ignore the message, but it is hard to ignore the guy you are into and I find myself replying to his message one day or a couple of hours later.
What should I do to get over him if he keeps on texting me? It is more than just friendly flirting, but I am sure he will not leave his girlfriend for me and I do not want to steal someone's bf.
He keeps on rising hope in me and makes it harder for me to get over him. I am so down right now. It is hard enough to deal with a broken heart, but it is harder if you constantly think you might have a tiny chance. It has come to the point that I check my mails/mobile all the time to see if he has written me. I know it is pathetic. I just don't know how to stop it. I am not able to concentrate on anything anymore, family, friendy, hobbies. Everything seems so unattractive to me. What should I do to be able to move on? I am 19 and I don't want to spend the summer in my room crying over something I cannot get.
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tell him exactly what you've told all of us right here.tell him that you don't think that it's right for him to message you like that while he has a girlfriend. Tell him that you don't see any good future with him if he keeps this up. Tell him that you need to break the communication in order to move on with your life. and most importantly, get up in the morning, and start living your life, everyday. just keep living, and the pain will pass eventually.
I agree with nicegirl1, you should try something new, and the reason is so that you shock yourself and you get that sudden rush of adrenalin and you can see how life is so worth living, and it's too short to feel down and out about one relationship.
It hurts now, it'll hurt less tomorrow, it will soon pass away.1