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you are ending a friendship just because she didn’t feel the same way about you? not being friends with her eliminates you from getting with her even more. If you are still her friend it’s possible she can grow to like you more in that way.
Not necessarily the case. If you have developed feelings that are greater than friendship, then it is unrequited love. If he hangs around and eventually she hooks up with someone... mmm nahhh way.
You're immoral as hell.
@HopelessPaul how so? He tried to move to the next level and got bounced back. He's only going to torture himself watching someone else move in on the girl he had his heart set on.
Exactly I think it is best to move on instead of pretending to be her friends hoping one day she will change her mind.
@Grobmate I meant the OP, not him
It's cruel as fuck for women to reject someone and them expect him to stay and pretend like nothing happened
No, not petty necessarily. Once you go past thoughts of friendship and you have feelings for someone. It's hard to stay friends with someone knowing they don't feel the same way, and you see them pursuing other people.
@HopelessPaul Maybe they don't want to make it awkward? But, I get where you're coming from. I remember in college things didn't work out with a girl I was talking to, and then after she was the type to talk about the guy she was seeing recently and even asking advice. That was fucked up I remember
@HopelessPaul ahh gotchan.. no worries. Peace.
@Grobmate I was thinking of how the female would feel in this situation, losing a friend just because she didn’t feel the same way about him.
Yeah, holistically she's losing a friend and gaining a life partner. He is losing a friend whom he had feelings of love for, and would sit in torment watching some cowboy ride off into the sunset with a girl he loved. Self respect dictates he move on and find a cowgirl.
@randombrunette07x For being friends with someone, you must be equal to that person. When you reject a person, you have power pon him/her. That's the nature of things and imposing your feelings upon that is selfish.