A girl friend zoned me a while back and when I realized that I started ignoring her completely, no text no messages even no hugs when we say bye, she insist but I bro fist her. Last week she texted me jokingly asking if I am alive, of course I didn't respond, and just now she texts me that she's really getting worried, what to do guys? Do you think there's a chance shell call the cops to check on me? I want to cut all contact cause she has a boyfriend and yet I keep getting signals she's into me and it was very hard for me to get over her, I even told her never to contact me again but she did, with a lame excuse " Oh I need some help with ms excel, I asked everyone but no one knows"
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Look at this from another angle;
Girl makes a friend with a guy. Seems like he's interested, she doesn't feel the same way. Everything seems fine, however. Suddenly, he becomes cold towards her. Won't hug her when saying goodbye like usual, barely ever texts her. Then he tells her never to contact her again. She doesn't know what to do, tries to bridge it with something lame but it doesn't work. Now she's admitting she's genuinely worried about the friendship.
Nothing about this girls actions sounds vindictive. At most, she liked you a little but wasn't sure. Most likely, you mistook her attempts at becoming close friends as romantic advances. You believe her want for friendship to be malicious. She's putting a lot of effort into being your friend. The femme fatale you imagine her to be does NOT do this to her pets. There ARE girls who feed off attention and boys fighting for her affections, they DO exist - they do NOT make the effort this girl is making. Just because she doesn't want to sleep with you doesn't mean you should entirely discard her. The friend zone is entirely fictional, believe me.
Talk to the f***ing girl. Even if I'm wrong, even if I'm wrong about all of this, TELL her you feel like you're getting mixed messages and that you're getting friend zoned, TELL her you feel whatever you feel. Don't just bitterly withdraw. Talk to her about it.1
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