Sometimes I have a panic attack or aniexity thinking about my crush. Maybe post traumatic stress?
I don't know what I think, but thoughts race in my mind about her life, interactions, her perspective, what she thinks, how I reacted, I feel insecure, the feelings of nervousness when talking and asking her out, awkwardness... and she is stuck in my mind.
I don't know what the problem is, I can't get professional help so maybe someone can help me... I hate the feeling of aniexity.
I really liked her, and I talked to her for 1 whole year at school, I asked her out but she said no. Hurt, but I got over it, I don't need her... but I see her everyday still. I know so much about her as well.
Most Helpful Girl
Its neither a panic or anxiety attack. Its Philophobia. The point is: stop thinking about your crush. Its just an infatuation. You either do something about it or just leave it alone. But you got rejected, so it best to just leave it alone. Its part of life. And she either see what's she's missing out, or you may not actually be good for her at all. Only she can determine that. Not you, not me, not anybody but her. And if she can't do it, only God can see that. You simply don't need professional help for this. What you need to do is get a better direction. You only get professional help, when its effecting all areas of your life. And that includes family life and school. And if your working, your career. Plus it was best to ask her WHY she wouldn't date you. She may not be ready, or isn't looking for one. Maybe she is taken, and letted you off easy without the personal questions. Its her personal business. And sadly you don't need to know about it.
Your just going to have to wing it. When you see her, just avoid her like you never knew her. Right now your heartbroken, and that's what your experiencing other than philophobia.1
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Most Helpful Guy
This happened to me kind of. Except I never asked the girl out. We are just friends and she lives in a different state. For about a month all I thought about was her, and how I wished I could be with her. I almost felt that I needed closure (if she would actually say yes to a date). But I realized that you can't always get what you want. I understand that you still very much liked her, but i think you should just move on. If you're not really keeping in touch with her, chances of being with her are low. I'm not trying to sound like a jerk but at least you did get closure. It's much worse if you never asked the person. move on0