There's a girl I really liked, took her out on a date, and let's just say that the date was very bland and I didn't spark any attraction in her. I would've been cool going out again, but I wasn't feeling it from her end. I didn't escalate at all and by the end of it I felt like I went backward with her.
The problem is that I liked her for a long time without doing anything (mainly because she had a boyfriend most of the time). So letting go of her is hard. It's easy when she's not around since I have so much stuff to do, but I see her around once a week because of class, so it's hard to stop looking at her and whenever I look at her, thoughts trigger in my mind and I just waste so much mental energy thinking about someone who's indifferent to me (we just ignore each other now).
This is highly unproductive. I want to be unstuck of this girl. There's very few other girls in the class and half of them are friends with her and stay around her, so talking to more girls in class won't help.
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You said you see her once a week. What about other classes? Girls in those ones? You have to get out and talk to girls. Maybe even hit the gym, do some weight and cardio. That stuff releases endorphins and help you feel good. Most of all you need time. I've been in almost EXACTLY the same position. Feel free to ask questions of you need to man. :)0