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8. Describe your crush.
Tall, dark and handsome. For real. Oh, also, ridiculously stubborn. He drives me crazy in both good and bad ways.
36. Have you ever liked one of your best friends?
I have had a crush on (almost) every one of my guy friends at one point or another. I dated my best friend for about 4 years, but things took a terrible turn. However, while we didn’t work as a couple, we are still best friends.
54. Is there someone you will never forget?
I never forget anyone. Every person I’ve ever had any form of a relationship with (romantic or otherwise) will always be in my memory. I can’t remember what I ate for breakfast yesterday, but I can tell you a story I have with probably everyone on my Facebook no matter where they popped up for me in the last 28 years.
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It’s good to know when to back off and let someone breathe.
It’s not good to know when to back off… and then don’t.
Have some damn self control.
Hey there! So i need some help with this, could you tell me if this sounds like this guy likes me, cause im clueless!(: So basically he's told other people i was pretty and brought me up a few times at a school game to his friends. At the same football game when i would walk by i would catch him looking at me a bit (i dont know if he held the stare cause im shy and look away quickly) What's your opinion on this? and also how do i talk to him? thanks!! - Lindsey
Hi! It definitely sounds like he’s interested. Guys tend to not talk about girls with their friends unless it’s worth their time to talk about them. I don’t want to give you false hope and I don’t have enough information to determine one way or the other. I don’t know your current relationship with him (if any) or in what context he was talking about you to his friends.
I think you should talk to him, definitely. Maybe invite him and some of his friends to hang out with you and some of your friends. Find out something you have in common (a favorite band, even a favorite class). Ask him how he got into it, what he likes about it, whatever. If there’s a connection between you, the conversation will likely build itself from there.
Hope this helps. Good luck!
But he helped me through a lot. He helped me to stop cutting and saved my life so many times. And what if im not that stong without him? Hes my bestfriend as well and idk how its going to be if i dont have someone to talk about my problems? On the other side i know i have to recover and maybe it will be easier without him, because getting hurt again would be to much and im pretty sure i will. But im so lonely right now and just miss and need him.
I promise you you are strong enough without him. And moving on without him, you will become stronger. Another person should never be your strength, for both yours and their sake. No person is built to be able to handle the weight of their own lives and someone else’s. It’s not fair to either of you. If you ever want to get back with him, you need to be able to support yourself first. A relationship should never have one person carrying more weight than the other. Both need to be able to bear their own to have a solid foundation to stand on, or at least be working to bear their own weight. (I do understand there are many times when one needs to lean on the other, but the fear of falling without the other there is no reason to ever stay in a relationship.)
You must also consider the fact that if he’s been so helpful and supportive up until this point, what does it say about him that he broke your trust after everything you’ve been through together? You deserve more. You deserve someone that will stand by you when you’re struggling as best they can.
You can recover without him. You need to focus on yourself and build the strength so that you can have a strong, healthy and supportive relationship, be it with him or anyone else.
For the time being, you can talk to me if you feel you have no one else. I would prefer that over knowing you’re depending on someone that has disrespected you.
Hang in there. I promise things will get better. You can do this <3
What do you do when you have strong feelings for two people.. and one of them is your boyfriend. :/
This is very common and bound to happen to everyone at some point in their lives. I’ve definitely battled this before.
Consider the following questions: Who do you feel the most comfortable with? Who do you trust more? Who can you truly be yourself with? Who treats you better and gives you more of what you need, both physically and emotionally?
If you’re struggling to answer these questions, consider taking a break from things with your boyfriend. If you continue to date him while having such strong feelings for someone else, it’ll eat at you and eventually effect your relationship with him. If you wait too long, he may end up making your decision for you. Either way, it’s not fair to him that you’ve committed yourself to him but are not fully present when you’re with him.
It sounds like you need to sit with yourself for a little while and do some thinking. I have a habit of making a run for the opposite coast when I really need to think things through. I wouldn’t entirely recommend that, but try to get away (even if it’s just to a local nature reserve or some place safe and secluded) for a day. It’s important to take yourself out of your normal, every day surroundings to sort your thoughts. Otherwise, feelings and thoughts you receive from your usual environment can blur your decision-making process.
Good luck <3
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