A male Health And Fitness she-said-no-should-i-keep-trying She said no. Should I keep trying? Relationship & Sex    age 13-15, anonymous writes:

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So, I’ve liked somebody for a long time (2-3 years) and recently, a couple of weeks ago I decided to tell them how I felt. I’ve been friends with her since we first met and everybody I know was certain she was into me as well. Unfortunately I was turned down. It’s been a while since, but I still feel depressed about my situation, although we still remain close friends. Everybody who has tried to console me has said the same thing: ‘you’ll find someone else’, when I personally know for certain that, because I’ve never had even an ounce of interest in anybody else, that I probably won’t for a long time. They say that my chances with her are dead, but I want to persist in the hope that I may still have a chance with her in the future (enforced by the fact that I asked at a difficult time, being in the run-up to GSCE’s). However, I am still conflicted, as I myself also doubt the possibility. Should I keep trying? Or should I give up my limited hope?

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A female reader, Honeypie Health And Fitness she-said-no-should-i-keep-trying-1 She said no. Should I keep trying? Relationship & Sex     + , writes (28 October 2018):

Health And Fitness she-said-no-should-i-keep-trying She said no. Should I keep trying? Relationship & Sex    No, means no, OPWhich means, if she ISN’T interested in you romantically YOU need to respect that.You went out on a limb and told her how you felt, THAT was brave. But you ALSO need to ACCEPT and RESPECT that she doesn’t feel the same way about you.I know rejection isn’t fun or pleasant. It’s part of life. Whether it’s rejection from a woman or over a job, a house you want to buy or whatever. IT HAPPENS to everyone.So NO, you don’t keep trying.SHE knows how you feel and if she realized later on that she ACTUALLY liked you to the same degree she would have told you.Be respectful. You can’t FORCE someone to LIKE you romantically.Even your friends knows what’s up!Is it that hard to understand? Not EVERY girl YOU will like that way, will like you back, and YOU will not like EVERY girl who develop a crush on you. Just like YOU have every right to turn down a girl YOU are not interested in, GIRLS are “allowed” to turn YOU down.ACCEPT reality and move on. If keeping in contact is too hard, then cut the contact.

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A female reader, Andie’s Thoughts Health And Fitness she-said-no-should-i-keep-trying She said no. Should I keep trying? Relationship & Sex     + , writes (28 October 2018):

Health And Fitness she-said-no-should-i-keep-trying-1 She said no. Should I keep trying? Relationship & Sex    Was this you? These answers will help and be the same ones you get here: http://www.dearcupid.org/question/will-i-ever-find-someone-the-same-as.htmlYou’re very young. You know you will find someone else. You will not be alone for the remaining 60+ years of your life.It’s hard when someone you have a crush on doesn’t feel the same way, but it happens to everyone and we all survive it. Take it one day at a time and listen to the people who are comforting you.It’s important that you learn now that “no” means “no” and to respect it. If you don’t, you will get a bad reputation and possibly make a decision in the future that gets you in trouble.If you care about her, you won’t persist. Right now, all you’re thinking about is how you feel, not how she feels or what she wants.Keep being polite and friendly, but don’t be flirty or close friends any more, as that will only stop you from getting over your crush because you want more than friendship.

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A female reader, Youcannotbeserious Health And Fitness she-said-no-should-i-keep-trying She said no. Should I keep trying? Relationship & Sex     + , writes (28 October 2018):

Health And Fitness she-said-no-should-i-keep-trying-2 She said no. Should I keep trying? Relationship & Sex    You are 15 at most (according to your profile). Please believe me when I tell you that you WILL feel attracted to someone else. I suspect part of the reason you don’t feel any attraction to anyone else at the moment is that you have concentrated all your attention on this one girl. Being close friends with her will be hampering you moving on. Once you finish school and go your separate ways to further education or work, you will be in a much better place, physically and emotionally, to open up to others.

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A female reader, Aunty BimBim Health And Fitness au She said no. Should I keep trying? Relationship & Sex     + , writes (28 October 2018):

Health And Fitness 49f157e9-364f-4a56-bc91-249c21db156e She said no. Should I keep trying? Relationship & Sex    She said no. You need to respect that. You persisting will only make her believe that you are creepy and disrespectful.She isn’t interested so leave her alone.

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