Ok so I was in love with this girl she was my whole world not only was she beyond beauty she was smart, funny, talented etc and one day I got courage to ask her out finally but she said no and honestly I was really sad but I felt worse because she was making a mistake because she wanted to be some other guy who I knew would only want to get in her pants but I loved her so much I supported her and helped in anyway I could so eventually she asked out the guy she liked and he said "I don't know" and then he tried to get in her pants of course she cried and I was still there for her and I don't know I guess a piece of me thought she would see me as more then a friend but no she didn't and I'm not gonna lie I was so angry at her enough to forget about her actually I used all that anger to make me better than before I started focusing more on my career getting in better shape and now my only goal is to become so successful that it makes her regret rejecting me and make her wanna kill herself and I don't know every time I think that I feel worse and sometimes i scare myself cause everyone says I'm not like that and now it turns out she's doing the same thing again with another the guy who just wants to get in her pants should I keep the anger or let it go?
Most Helpful Girl
You should let it go, we all make mistakes, but also you should make sure that she knows when a guy is really into her or just interested in physical/superficial things. Let her know that you are there for her and help her when they break up as well as help her see through their lies without involving yourself in her personal business, remember her birthday when he forgets, give her a ride when she's out in the rain and he won't, just do whatever you can to make sure that she knows that you're the one who will treat her better but don't come across as a pushover or she might see you as more of a male relative than what you want which would be a boyfriend. above all else let her know you care about her. Hope this helps.0
Most Helpful Guy
It's good that you've started placing more focus on self improvement, but your motivation is wrong. Instead of using her misery as your fuel, you should think about bettering yourself just for the sake of a healthier self-esteem. I can tell you from personal experience that as soon as you start truly caring for yourself and making great accomplishments purely out of the interest of improving yourself, everything around you will turn in your favor. Ask yourself this: Is it really you whose holding on to the anger, or is the anger holding on to you?0