I go in there and I see him all the time if he works because I buy things, months ago befofe I got hired at the same store he works, I gave him my number and he never contacted me.
When we were alone in the office last week (this is after i got hired at his job) and he told me that he has stuff going on his life I would not understand and he does not want me to think he is an asshole
He thought I was mad at him and I told him I'm not mad at him.
I saw him today when I was on break at work and we still talk as usual.
We never had sex or did anything physical but it still hurts nonetheless because he never gave me his number or asked me to hang out
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It's worse if they use to like you but you tookbtoo long too make a move and they got over you. Anyways I've found that unfortunately only time can really help tou get over it. I know that's shitty advice but it's the only thing that's ever worked for me0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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Rejection is very painful because it can lower your self- worth, but rejection just means the person either... failed to notice what you have to "offer", or they just weren't ready for what you have to offer.
In this case it is the latter , because
he stated, " he has stuff going on his life I would not understand and he does not want me to think he is an asshole ". A clear rejection is less painful than a fake promise.
Everyone faces rejection in their life, but that doesn't mean your value goes down. I just look on a rejection as a re- direction to something better. Just try to be your usual self around him
and gradually the hurt will fade. 💛😊0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE