Does it take months/years to get over someone you've known for a while?So it's not awkward at all? Do you talk about the rejection with them and address the awkwardness, or do you act as if nothing happened? Do you need some time away from them before you could continue the friendship?Thanks.
This person, I won't "get over"For you, I don't know. I've had time. And I'm ready now. Would I talk about it? Hmmm, maybe, because I would be a little afraid of losing this person again. I miss him
Did you need a bit of time away from them before you could be friends with them again? Are you less close as friends now? Thanks!
Did you feel as though the other person led you on a bit, intentionally or unintentionally? Have you felt a bit angry at the time, apart from being very sad? Did you need a bit of time away from your crush? Thanks!
Had you known her for a while before that? Are you still friends? Are you over her now?
no we don't see each other.i couldn't forget her for months.with the assist of my close friends i finally stoped thinking of her.well... she loved another guy so bad that everyone could understand that. so i convinced myself to forget her but the sad part is that the other guy didn't love her.
Did you have to think of reasons to hate her before you could forget her? It seems like that's how a lot of people do it.
not at all...
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I'm guessing that you act on your feelings very quickly? And you probably have a lot of experience asking people out? Have you ever told a good friend you liked them? Does that take longer to get over? Thanks!
Not really, I have only asked 4 girls out.. I always befriend them first, and if I think we are compatible, then I'll start flirt with her. So, I can say they are all good friends. When I got rejected, I tell her that we can still be friends. But in my head I think like "If she doesn't wanna be with me, then it's her loss. There'll be another one better for me. What lesson can I learn from this?" Then I return to my normal activities and moved on. I still stay in contact with them, no awkward feelings.