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He and I have been really close friends for two years now, we get on really well and I like him a lot but I don't want to go further if our friendship will be ruined and we break up then never talk again.
Ooooh my unbridled rage is held back only by the sadness of your sign-off!!! Okay, for realz. This kind of pisses me off. Because, like. Number 1: GUYS DON'T JUST LIKE ONE KIND OF GIRL.
I'm in a very uncomfortable situation at the moment. My best friend has liked our mutual good guy friend for some months now, and I actually met him through her. The problem is he likes me, and she's the one who told me this information.
I would love to think that I'm that "cool girl" who doesn't chase guys and act like an idiot when it comes to relationships. I'm not the "cool girl" though, I'm a total idiot.
I'm a college sophomore girl and I seem to have a major problem with boys -- I am CLUELESS when it comes to them! I just got out of a short relationship (actually my first one) and what it made me realize was I gravitate toward guys who express their interest in me FIRST because I feel unworthy of the guys that I have a crush on (like they're too good for me or something along that line).
My boyfriend of 5 months broke up with me about 3 weeks ago after sitting me down and saying that he wasn't ready to commit and that he felt as if he wanted to be alone. I didn't agree with the breakup but I told him that I supported his decision. We decided to remain friends despite everything and I'm totally fine with that.
Unfortunately, when it comes to girls there is no “She’s Just Not That Into You” book to prepare you for the art of pick-up. The first impression can make or break you ,and you certainly don't want to embarrass yourself by going after a girl who just isn't interested. Don't push too hard for a girl unless you are sure she wants it, and take it from me--if a woman likes you, you'll know it.
Recently, a few of my friends and I got into a bit of a disagreement over who pays on a date. Although a few people agreed with me that if the relationship is long-term, the couple should split the costs for practical reasons (after all, especially if you’re on a college budget, it’s hard to bear the burden of all expenses), the overall consensus was that the guy should always pay at first. Some said the first date, some the first three dates, and others advocated up to the first year.