I have known this all the time that falling in love is simply easy but falling out is simply awful. I fell for my close fried from two months and we had really great chemistry. She did showed interest in me but I never took it to that level of friendship. Bur seeing it was hurting me from inside I decided to tell her and it didn't ended well. Whenever her thought strikes me, I really feel that pain all over again. I try to be positive as much as I can but most of the time it just hurts and the emptiness is beyond description. It's been months now and no talk. I tried to wish her on her birthday but got no reply. I guess she still had my #. I thought she didn't coz she removed me from fb and other social network after that. I gave it a lot of thought and I realized how much I love her and that it's not an infatuation. IT's her last year in my university as she's graduating but I want to tell her how much I miss her in my life. I am afraid to text her or approach coz I don't want to upset her or anything. Guys/girls what could you have done in this situation or similar if you would have faced or experienced this. Trust me, I have tried all the tools they say to move on and I know it's not easy but I really need to do something to get over this feeling.
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It sounds as your best buddy babe took everything to heart and---to extreme---as well, sweetie. Now she is running scared like some jacket rabbit who has been shot at.
Now that several months have passed, and she Is looking in your direction, she May be waiting for you to text Again. Even if she didn't reciprocate to your Happy birthday greeting, who knows.. she may Now.
Go ahead, send her a text. But make it lite and semi sweet, nothing overzealous. See what happens. After this, if nothing occurs, it's best to just let her come to you. But That could go either way.
She obviously got cold duck feet and ruffled her feathers a bit when she had found out how Her best bud had felt. It caught her off guard. Whether she does Now or doesn't feel the same way is irrelevant... I think the most important thing Here Is, that a beautiful friendship was crushed because one of you told the other of a "crush" he had, and just by doing this, ruined a perfectly good buddy-buddy relationship.
However, if you don't want to bother, would rather move on, then you need to start concentrating More on something or someone else, rather than on the Looks the Other half is Now suddenly sending your way. xx0
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