For sure he is noticing me more after the confession. I want to make him thinks again about his decision.
Just tell ur experience with girls or ur opinion bout this.
I love this guy for a long time. N i ended everything after he said he only wanted to be a friend. I said no.
But i wanna make sure he pays for this. It hurts me to bits.
I know im the girl not in the same boat as u guys. Buy please help me in this 1.
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As someone who has both rejected and been rejected, don't make him hurt/regret it. He's his own person, and should 'like' who he likes. I've had dear, dear people who I thought I might be in love with reject me. It hurt so much, but I realized she was her own person, and if I really cared about her, I'd want what's best for her. If I'm not best for her, then that's too bad.
I know it hurts. "Sucks" is an understatement. It's so painful when someone you care about doesn't care in the same way. I've had a girl not like me for 4 years, but she's her own person, and she can't help it if she doesn't like me. I really care about this girl, so I have to make her feel as guilt-free about the rejection as possible because she doesn't want to hurt me, so she doesn't deserve to be hurt.
The closest I've ever come to regretting rejecting someone:
There's one girl who liked me, and it wasn't mutual. She was always hanging around me, acting all shy, which was sort of cute (in the bunny rabbit way, not attractive way). She was kind of my type, but at the time, I had strong feelings for someone else. Eventually, she stopped TRYING to attract me/go out with me. She'd just be herself. When she would just be herself, I would see her, see how she acted, saw how she talked about/acted in ways I found attractive, and actually started having feelings for her! But by then it was too late. We're still friends though, and if I had to make the same decision again, I'd choose the same thing.