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Author Topic: I don't know what to do, help.

February 02, 2019, 08:48:25 PM
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OppaAnnyeong


Okay so I like this person and I think they like me back. My friend who's the persons friend supported me and kept hinting I like the person. But then suddenly my friend told me to give up on the person because I would just get hurt. My friend told me that the person isn't very serious when it comes to relationships. I like the person but I also trust my friend. What should I do?

UPDATE(02/16):  I straight up confessed to them. Right now we are not official since they said we should get to know each other. But recently we getting more touchy like kiss on cheek thing and stuff , but they said that its just a joke. Is this person playing with me or what? When we were about to meet my friends the person was all like " should i introduce myself as your other half?"  I really dont know anymore haha. Anyways my question is, How should i proceed with the relation ship and if i should proceed with the relationship?
« Last Edit: February 15, 2019, 09:59:18 PM by OppaAnnyeong »

February 02, 2019, 08:54:51 PM
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Goyaks


If you like this person and the other person likes you, maybe you should talk to each other to see if there is any interest there and maybe meet somewhere casual to see if there is a connection. Your friend is trying to protect you but if you really like this person you may regret doing nothing.

February 02, 2019, 10:12:04 PM
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Andy_S77


I understand why your friend is trying to protect you. If you are someone who is looking for serious relationship or if you are a person who’s emotionally very involved in ll your relationships the you should be really aware of the fact that liking someone Nd they like you back is different from loving someone and they love you back. Some people have no emotions and it will hurt you if your emotions or love is not reciprocated. But again you need to find that out. Enjoy the ride!

February 03, 2019, 01:20:08 AM
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winstonjack


When I read a post like yours, I always wonder what age group we are talking about. Then again, maybe age isn't a factor but your approach seems to be fairly immature. Just ask her. You may not hear the answer you want, but at least you will know where you stand. There is the possibility that your friend had already asked the girl how she felt about you and to spare your feelings he comes up with a reason why you need to shy away. So you can flip a coin and either ask you friend directly if he talked to her about you or go directly to her and ask her how she feels.

My gut says you are young. If for some reason it doesn't turn out the way you hope, I always say that rejections are preparing you for the day when truly meet the one meant for you. So hang in there. If not her, someone is waiting for you.

OOPS! my my mistake. I just realized that they post your age group. So you are young. I'm over 60. I lost count of the many rejections at the hands of the one I fancied. Hang in there. At your age you will have many to love and if she happens to be the one...I wish you the best.
« Last Edit: February 03, 2019, 01:23:34 AM by winstonjack »

February 03, 2019, 05:04:21 AM
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skp27


You should just spark conversation up with her and ask her out. It’s ballsy. But it shows you have confidence, which is really hot.

February 06, 2019, 09:55:15 AM
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Hoyt


Okay so I like this person and I think they like me back. My friend who's the persons friend supported me and kept hinting I like the person. But then suddenly my friend told me to give up on the person because I would just get hurt. My friend told me that the person isn't very serious when it comes to relationships. I like the person but I also trust my friend. What should I do?
How good of a friend this person is? I learned (the hard way) you should second guess relationship advice coming from so-called "friends". Meet the person you're interested in and allow yourself to make your own choices. It's not as easy as simply taking someone's opinion and going from there, but it's better.

February 08, 2019, 02:45:48 PM
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MrStan


I geuss there is nothing wrong with trying, and telling her how you feel.
If it doesnt work out, shit happens, but it has been done.
if you are afraid she is not into longer relationships, you will find out if you get to know her better.
good luck!

February 15, 2019, 09:54:52 PM
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OppaAnnyeong


UPDATE : Okay so thanks to everyone who replied and gave advice haha. I straight up confessed to them.
« Last Edit: February 15, 2019, 09:56:58 PM by OppaAnnyeong »