I'm a girl on my last year of high school. I just developed a HUGE crush on a guy in my history class in the end of april. Before this year/semester I've never known him b4. I'm really shy and I have a small group of friends, while he is popular and goes to parties and is friends with a lot of people! The thing is he's also friends with a couple of girls that hate me and were mean to me in grade 8, 9 and 10! I think one of the really mean ones moved to another city. But she used to gossip about me and spread really mean and fake rumours about me.
When I was younger, like in elementary school I was an outcast, had no friends and was bullied and I admit I was weird and did weird things and I was really immature. But that was so long ago, I have changed so much, made my own new friends and I get complimented on my good looks now all the time.
What if we ever end up dating (or come close to it) and they tell him bad things about me? Should I just try to forget about him because he is friends with them or is there another way to deal with them? What do I do!?
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They could say bad things about you because they all sound like the cliche nasty types. The actuality of it is, if he really does like you, then he shouldn't listen to them. That, and just be yourself, and if he doesn't like you for that, then you should just forget it.
Since they are friends, he might listen to them just because he's friends with them. Though, he would probably want to go out with it if he's interested and see what your like. If you really like him, then go for it. You shouldn't care what the other girls say. Though, they may get involved. The best advice I can give is to ignore them or just don't be around them all. If you and your crush start to date, and they bother you, just talk to him about it. Besides, if they do make fun of you for what happened in the past, they're the ones that are really immature and need to grow up. Most popular kids are like this, so don't feel down on yourself if they try to intimidate you. It's up to you, and I hope this helped!1