A female Health And Fitness passing-ships-in-the-night-but-i-cant-get-him-out-of-my-head Passing ships in the night but I can't get him out of my head Relationship & Sex    age 36-40, anonymous writes:

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Help. I don’t think I’m gonna hear from this guy again. I really fell for this lad on my adult training course. He’s a bit younger than myself, but we sat together and flirted a lot and even caught each other staring at each other from time to time, so I’m convinced we both had feelings for each other. I did for him, certainly.

However, the course is now finished and we didn’t get time to exchange details or arrange to see each other again, which I’m upset about. The thing is – now he’s gone, I can’t stop thinking about him. I do know one or two people who know him and could probably get in touch with him for me – but I don’t want to scare him away being older and more mature, so feel I would come on too strong. What should I do? “I can’t get him outta my head” as the song goes…

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A female reader, Youcannotbeserious Health And Fitness passing-ships-in-the-night-but-i-cant-get-him-out-of-my-head-1 Passing ships in the night but I can't get him out of my head Relationship & Sex     + , writes (18 May 2019):

Health And Fitness passing-ships-in-the-night-but-i-cant-get-him-out-of-my-head Passing ships in the night but I can't get him out of my head Relationship & Sex    Sweetheart, there is no such thing as “didn’t get time to exchange details or arrange to see each other again”. If there had really been something there (apart from a bit of flirting to help pass the time), one or both of you would have made a point of leaving contact details. You both knew when the course was finishing. It’s not like it finished suddenly unexpectedly, when you thought you had longer, is it? You probably don’t even know much about this lad’s personal life. For instance, could he already have a girlfriend/partner/wife? Could he even be gay? Get out there, get doing things, meet new people, get dating other men. This “lad” will soon become a pleasant memory. Don’t use hanging onto hopes about him stop you living.

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