I never had a real connection with a girl before, but the closest I got was this one girl in my class. Just by purely being myself I made her laugh so easily and got her to ask me for lunch. I mean, I couldn't believe it, it seemed like a perfect match because just by being me, she seemed to like me so much, even going as far as saying that I turned her on.
Well, it turns out she had a boyfriend. After I discovered this, I distanced myself from her for about a month because I realized that this would probably just be a losing battle. Today, I talked to her really for the first time since then---the spark wasn't there as it was then and she seemed kind of cold.
Did I do the right thing by distancing myself? I thought this could've been a great relationship and I would've gone after her if she was single, but she wasn't so I wanted to spare myself the drama and potential heartache.
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You definitely did do the right thing by distancing yourself. I know that that's a hard thing to do and that it might have seemed like it could have been something perfect if you stayed but chances are it would have just been a very messy situation with someone getting hurt in the end and more than likely that person would have been you. If she didn't leave her boyfriend or even made any effort to telling you that it was possible that she was going to leave him then it sounds like she never had the intention to leave him for you in the first place. You would have gotten yourself deep into the "relationship" emotionally with her and would have been hurt way more than you were when you left her early.0